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Group Title: The seventh census of the state of Florida, 1945 : Taken in accordance with the provisions of chapter 22515, Laws of Florida, act of Legislature of 1945.
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SEVENT SN S
OF T

STATE OF FLORIDA

1945



Taken in Accordance With the Provisions of
Chapter 22515 Laws of Florida
Act of Legislature of 1945



NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture











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THE


SEVENTH CENSUS
OF THE

STATE OF FLORIDA

1945


Taken in Accordance With the Provisions of
Chapter 22515 Laws of Florida
Act of Legislature of 1945


NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture




















Letter of Transmittal


Department of Agriculture

State of Florida.

To His Excellency, Millard Caldwell, Governor of the State of
Florida:

Sir:
In accordance with the provisions of Chapter 22515, Laws
of Florida, Acts of the Legislature of 1945, requiring the
taking of the census of the population of the State for the
year of 1945, I have the honor to submit my report of the
same.
The result of the census is contained in one volume,
which in most part is given in tabular form, showing the
general and steady growth of the State's population from
1830 to 1945. These tables show by race, sex and age periods
the population of the counties, and other civil and political
divisions, and the place of birth.

Respectfully submitted,
NATHAN MAYO
Commissioner of Agriculture.













Introductory Notes


In 1821 the Territory of Florida was organized into two
counties, Escambia and St. Johns. Escambia County, formerly
known as "West Florida," comprised the territory west of the
Suwannee River, and St. Johns County, formerly known as
"East Florida," included the rest of the territory of Florida.
The first Census presented herein, is that taken by the United
States Government in the year of 1830.
During that period (1821-1830) the two original counties
had been divided and subdivided, making seventeen counties
in the first Census. Beginning with this Census, which re-
ported a total population of 34,730, representing two races
(18,185 white and 16,345 negro), this report brings up the
population development of the State, showing each succeeding
Census taken by the United States Government, and those
taken by the State where the records are available, to and
including the 1945 State Census, which reports a total popu-
lation of 2,249,925 persons living in sixty-seven counties, and
representing five different races of people, White, Negro,
Indian, Chinese and Japanese. (Many Indians lived in Florida
at the time of the first Census, but the record of their popula-
tion is not available.)
The White and Negro races, which comprises more than 99.9
per cent of the entire population, are very evenly distributed
throughout the State.

The Censuses presented herein that were taken by the State
are for the years 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, 1925, 1935 and 1945. All
others were taken by the United States Government. This
report is called the "Seventh State Census," but it is true that
the State has taken the Census population regularly at each
ten-year period since, and including 1837, but the records for
those taken prior to the year 1885 are not at this time available.
This report is presented in the most part in tabular form,
and the tables are so arranged that with the explanatory notes,
it is easy to find any information that may be desired, relating
to the Census.









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


Formation of Counties and Changes in Their
Boundaries by Years
1821-Escambia and St. Johns established.
1822-Jackson and Duval created, causing changes in Escambia
and St. Johns.
1823-Gadsden created.
1824-Alachua, Leon, Monroe, Mosquito, Nassau and Walton cre-
ated, causing changes in most of the others.
1827-Hamilton, Madison and Jefferson created.
1832-Columbia and Franklin created.
1834-Hillsborough created.
1836-Dade created.
1838-Calhoun created from Jackson.
1842-Santa Rosa formed from Escambia.
1843-Benton was created from Alauchua, and Wakulla was
formed from Leon.
1844-Marion was formed from Alachua, Hillsborough and Mos-
quito; St. Lucie was created from Mosquito.
1845-Levy formed from Alachua and Hillsborough; Mosquito
changed to Orange; part of Jackson added to Calhoun.
1846-Washington formed from Walton and Jackson.
1848-Holmes formed from Calhoun and Walton.
1849-Putnam formed from Alachua, Orange, Marion and St.
Johns.
1850-Benton changed to Hernando.
1853-Sumter created.
1854-Volusia created.
1855-St. Lucie changed to Brevard and territory divided among
Brevard, Dade and Volusia; Manatee and Liberty created.
1856-Lafayette and Taylor created.
1858-New River and Suwannee created from Columbia, and Clay
formed from Duval.
1861-Baker formed from New River, and remaining portion of
New River changed to Bradford; Polk formed from Brevard.
1871-Boundaries of Polk and Sumter were changed.
1872-Part of Sumter given to Orange.
1873-Brevard boundary with Orange was changed; Jackson
boundaries were changed; boundaries of Washington were changed.
1874-The boundaries of Brevard with Dade and Manatee were
changed.
1875-Boundaries of Calhoun and Jackson were changed; bound-
aries of Duval and St. Johns were changed.
1877-Boundaries of Lafayette and Taylor changed; Levy acquired
territory from Marion.
1879-Brevard annexed part of Volusia; Jefferson and Leon
boundaries were changed, and the boundaries of Orange with Polk
and Sumter were changed.
1887-Citrus was formed from Hernando; DeSoto formed from
Manatee; Lee was formed from Monroe; Osceola was formed from
Brevard and Orange; Pasco was formed from Hernando; Lake or-
ganized from parts of Orange and Sumter.
1905-St. Lucie was re-created, being formed from Brevard.









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


1909-Palm Beach was formed from Dade; Levy's boundary with
Alachua was changed slightly, as also was boundary of Gadsden and
Liberty.
1911-Pinellas was formed from Hillsborough.
1913-Bay was formed from Calhoun and Washington; Seminole
was formed from Orange.
1915-Broward was formed from Dade and Palm Beach; Okaloosa
was formed from Santa Rosa and Walton; slight boundary changes
were made in Holmes, Jackson and Washington.
1917-Okeechobee was created from Osceola, Palm Beach and St.
Lucie.
1917-Flagler was created from St. Johns and Volusia.
1921-Dixie county was created from Lafayette.
1921-Union county was created from Bradford.
1921-Sarasota county was created from Manatee.
1921-Charlotte county was created from DeSoto.
1921-Hardee county was created from DeSoto.
1921-Glades county was created from DeSoto.
1921-Highlands county was created from DeSoto.
1923-Hendry county was created from Lee.
1923-Collier county was created from Lee.
1925-Gilchrist county was created from Alachua.
1925-Indian River county was created from St. Lucie.
1925-Martin county was created from St. Lucie and Palm Beach.
1925-Gulf county was created from Calhoun.










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


Origin and Names of Florida Counties

Alachua-(From an Indian term, meaning "grassy or marshy").
Baker-(For James M. Baker, former Judge of the Fourth
Judiciary District).
Bay-(From St. Andrews Bay).
Bradford-(For Captain Bradford, killed during the Civil War).
Brevard-(For Dr. Brevard, said to have been the author of the
Mecklenburg, N. C. Declaration of Independence).
Broward-(For Governor N. B. Broward).
Calhoun-(For John C. Calhoun).
Charlotte-(For the harbor).
Citrus-(For citrus, the orange variety of trees).
Clay-(For Henry Clay).
Collier-(For Barron Collier, a large land owner and developer).
Columbia-(For the discoverer of America).
Dade-(For Major Francis L. Dade, whose command was killed in
the Seminole War).
DeSoto-(For Hernando DeSoto).
Dixie-(For a popular term commonly applied to the South).
Duval-(For Governor William P. Duval).
Escambia-(From Escambia River, a Spanish term, meaning
barter or exchange).
Flagler-(For Henry M. Flagler, builder of the East Coast Rail-
way).
Franklin-(For Benjamin Franklin).
Gadsden-(For James Gadsden).
Gilchrist-(For Governor Albert H. Gilchrist).
Glades-(For the last syllable of the word Everglades).
IGulf-(For the Gulf of Mexico).
Hamilton-(For Alexander Hamilton).
Hernando-(For the first name of Hernando DeSoto).
Hardee-(For Governor Cary A. Hardee).
Hendry-(For an old and popular resident).
Highlands-(For the abundant highlands in the county).
Hillsborough-(For the English Earl of Hillsborough).
Holmes-(For an early resident).
Indian River-(For the river of that name).
Jackson-(For Andrew Jackson).
Jefferson-(For Thomas Jefferson).
Lafayette-(For Marquis de Lafayette).
Lake-(For number of Lakes).
Lee-(For General Robert E. Lee).
Leon-(For Ponce de Leon).
Levy-(For U. S. Senator David Levy).
Liberty-(From the common sentiment which actuates the Ameri-
can people).
Madison-(For James Madison).
Manatee-(From the existence of the sea cow, or Manatee, in its
waters).










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Marion-(For General Francis Marion).
Martin-(For Governor John W. Martin).
Monroe-(For James Monroe).
Nassau-(From Duchy of Nassau, in Germany).
Okaloosa-(From an Indian word meaning pleasant place).
Okeechobee-(From the Lake).
Orange-(From number of orange groves in county).
Osceola-(For a noted Seminole Indian chief).
Palm Beach-(From local conditions-palms and seabeaches).
Pasco-(For U. S. Senator Samuel Pasco).
Pinellas-(The Pinellas peninsula was known to the early Spanish
explorers as "Pinta Pinal," said to mean "Point of Pines." Out of'
Pinta Pinal comes the present name. It has the distinction of being
the only word of the kind known to human speech).
Polk-(For James K. Polk).
Putnam-(For General Israel Putnam).
Sarasota-(From the Indian word applied to a prominent feature
of the shore line known as Point of Rocks extending into the Gulf
near Crescent Beach).
Santa Rosa-(For a saint of the Catholic Church).
Seminole-(From the name of an Indian tribe).
St. Johns-(From St. Johns River, called by Spanish explorers
"San Juan Baptista"-St. John the Baptist).
St. Lucie-(For a saint of the Catholic Church).
Sumter-(For General Thomas Sumter, Revolutionary hero, for
whom Fort Sumter was named).
Suwannee-(From the river now renowned in song; an Indian
word said to be "Sawni," meaning "Echo").
Taylor-(For General Zachary Taylor).
Union-(From the common term expressing unity).
Volusia-(For a former town named for a settler known as Volus).
Wakulla-(For a large spring; the word being Indian for "Mys-
tery").
Walton-(For Colonel Walton, a prominent Georgian).
Washington-(For George Washington).








FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 1
POPULATION OF FLORIDA 1830 TO 1945

Increase
Over Percent
Census Population Previous of Total Total
Year Census Increase White Negro
1830 34,730 ........... ........... 18,385 16,345
1840 54,477 19,747 56.8% 27,943 26,543
1850 87,445 32,968 60.5% 47,203 40,242
1860 140,424 52,979 60.5% 77,746 62,677
1870 187,748 47,324 33.7% 90,057 91,688
1880 269,493 81,745 43.5% 142,965 126,690
1885 338,406 68,993 25.6% 191,185 147,221
1890 391,422 52,936 15.6% 224,949 166,178
1895 464,639 73,217 16.1% 271,561 193,039
1900 528,542 63,903 13.7% 297,333 230,730
1905 614,902 86,326 16.3% 348,923 265,737
1910 752,619 137,751 22.4% 443,634 308,670
1915 921,618 168,999 22.5% 559,787 360,394
1920 968,470 46,852 .5% 638,153 329,478
1925 1,263,549 295,078 30.4% 854,585 401,733
1930 1,468,211 499,741 39.5% 1,035,205 431,828
1935 1,606,842 138,631 9.4% 1,139,063 463.205
1940 1,897,414 290,572 18.1% 1,381,986 515,428
1945 2,250,061 352,647 18.6% 1,695,301 554,760-

Note: The Censuses of 1885, 1895, 1905,1925, 1935 and 1945 are State--
.All others United States.


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TABLE No. 2
POPULATION OF FLORIDA, BY COUNTIES, 1830 TO 1945

COUNTIES 1830 1840 1850 1860 1870 1880 1885 1890 1895 1900

Alachua .............. 2,204 2,282 2,254 8,232 17,328 16,462 25,947 22,934 28,207 32,245
Baker........................... .............. 1,325 2,303 2,889 3,333 8,712 4,516
Bay............................................ .......................
Bradford............. ...................... 3,671 6,112 6,826 7,516 9,499 10,295
Brevard......... ...... ............ 246 1,216 1,478 2,375 3,401 4,558 5,158
Broward.......... ......
Calhoun............ 1,142 1,377 1,446 998 1,580 2,294 1,681 3,274 5,132
Charlotte...... ........
Citrus.................... 234 4,21 5,391
C ... ...... ....... ....... 1,914 2,098 2,838 4,260 5,154 5,200 5,635
Columia ................... ,102 4,808 4,646 7,335 19,589 11,299 12,877 12,955 17,094
Dad.............. ...... 146 159 83 85 27 333 861 3,322 4,955
De oto......................................... ........................ 4,944 6,418 8,047
Dixie............. ... ................
Dural................1,,970 4,156 4,539 5,074 11,921 19,431 22,865 26,800 34,766 39,733
Escambia........... 2,518 3,993 4,351 5,768 7,817 12,1566 17,000 20,188 22,503 28,313
Flagler'............... ...................................... ......... .
Franklin................ 1,030 1,5 1,904 1,256 79 2,276 3308 4475 480
Gadsden............ 4,895 5,992 8,784 9,396 9,802 12,169 1 1,209 11,894 13,693 15,294
Gilchrist ............. ...... ....... ....... ........ .. ... ........ ........ .... .... .. ... .. ...
Glades............... ...... .... .......... ........................................
Gulf .... ........... ........................... ........................ ........
Hamilton............. 553 1,464 2,511 4,154 5,749 6,790 7,201 8,507 9,991 11,881
Hardee................. ....... ........ ........ ........ ........ .. ........
Hendry ............ .. ............... ...... .
Hernando.................. ... 926 1,200 2,938 4,248 7,178 2,476 2,940 3,638
Highland ............ ....... .. .. ...4 -. 1.............
Hilorough... '...... '4,522 "2.377 ":2,8) "32 "i 7,973' 14,941 3,362 3 ,013
Holmes.......... ...... .... 1,205 1,386 1,572 2,170 3,207 4,336 6,232 7,762
Indian River .......... ..... .. ....... ........ ..............................................
Jackson.............. 3907 4,681 6,639 10,209 9,528 14,372 14,425 17,544 21,930 23,377
Jefferson.............. 3,312 5,713 7,718 9,876 13,398 16,065 15,573 15,757 15,007 16,195
Lafayette.......... .... .. 2,068 1,783 2,441 3,60 3 3,686 3,783 4,987
Lake ............. ....... ...... ..... ........ .......................8,034 8,349 7,467
Lee .................. ..... .. ....... ....... .. . ......... ... 1,414 2,235 3,071
Leon................ 6,494 10,713 11,442 12,343 15,236 19,662 17,444 17,752 19,567 19,887
Levy ......................... 465 1,781 2,018 5,767 6,649 6,586 7,534 8,603
Liberty............... ..... .... ...i... 1,457 1,050 1,362 1,327 1,452 2,079 2,956
Madison............ 525 2,644 5,490 7,779 11,121 14,798 1455514 5 4,316 13 660 15,446
Manatee................ ....... ....... 854 1,931 3,544 5,671 2,895 3,830 4,663
Marion.................. ....... 3,338 8,609 10,804 13,046 17,424 20,796 21,875 24,403
M artin... ......... ............. ........ .. .......
Monroe.............. 517 688 2,45 2,913 5,657 10,940 15,040 18,786 17,167 18,006
Mosquito............. 733 73 .............. .............. .
Nassau.............. 1,511 2,892 2,164 3,644 4,247 6,635 8,610 8,294 8,843 9,654
New River....... ............. 3,820 ............... ......... ..................
Okaloosa ........ ... ... ... .............. ...... ..... .. ........ ........ ........ ........
Okeechobee .................. ........ ............... ............... ........................
Orange .... ..... ....... 466 987 2,195 6,618 14,400 12,584 12,45 11,374
Oseo .. ....... ....... .... ........ ...... ...... .... ... 3,133 3,394 3,444
Palm Beach........... ..... .. ..... ......... ..

Pasco.................... ....... ............................... 4,249 4,697 ,054
Pinellas............... ... .. .. .. ..... .............
Polk ...................... 3,169 3,181 6575 7,905 10,983 12,472
Putnam................... ...... 687 2,712 3,821 6,261 9,560 11,186 11,381 11,641
St. Johns............ 2,538 2,694 2,525 3,038 2,618 4,535 5,544 8,712 7,708 9,165
St. Lucie .......... ....... ......... 13 ....
Santa Rosa........... 868 ....... 2,883 5,480 3,312 6,645 7,490 7,961 8,014 10,293
Sarasota............. .... ..................... ...............................
Seminole..........................................
Summer ........... ........ i' ..... 1549 2,952 4,686 89,462 5,363 5 308 6i87
Suwannee.............................. 2,303 3,556 7,161 8,829 10,524 12,544 14,554
Taylor................ ....... ....... 1,384 1,453 2,279 2,160 2,122 3,062 3,999
Union ................ ..... ... .. .......:' ... .
na.. 1 158 723 3294 6,897 8 467 11,580 1i6603
Volusia............... ..... 1,158 1,723 8,4 11,80 10003
Wakulla........... ..... ... :... 1,955 2,839 2,50 2,723 2,890 3,117 3,700 5,149
Walton .......... 1,207 1,461 1,817 3,037 3,041 4,201 4,729 4,816 7,962 9,346
Washington........... 978 859 1,950 2,154 2,302 4,089 4,320 6,426 7,820 10,154
STATE TOTALS..... 34,730 45,477 87,445 140,424 187,748 269,493 338,406 391,422 464,359 528,542











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE No. 2-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES, 1830 TO 1945


COUNTIES 1905 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930


Alachua..........
Baker..........
Bay.........
Bradford........
Brevard .........
Broward ........
Calhoun........
Charlotte........
Citrus.........
Clay.............
Collier...........
Columbia........
Dade............
De Soto...... :..
Dixie ..........
Duval...........
Escambia.......
Flagler..........
Franklin........
Gadsden........
Gilchrist........
Glades...........
Gulf ............
Hamilton .......
Hardee..........
Hendry..........
Hernando .......
Highlands........
Hillsborough.....
Holmes..........
Indian River.....
Jackson.........
Jefferson.........
Lafayette .......
Lake............
Lee..............
Leon...........
Levy...........
Liberty..........
Madison.........
Manatee........
Marion........ :
Martin...... ..
Monroe..... :...
Nassau..........
Okaloosa.........
Okeechobee......
Orange .........
Osceola..........
Palm Beach......
Pasco..... :....
Pinellas..........
Polk ............
Putnam..........
St. Johns.........
St. Lucie.........
Santa Rosa.......
Sarasota.........
Seminole.........
Sumter..........
Suwannee........
Taylor...... ...
Union....... ..
Volusia .........
Wakulla... :..
Walton..........
Washington ......
STATE TOTAL..


34,007
3,880
12'943
4,348


7,543
5,484
19,913
12,089
12,446
47',912
32,383
4,636
16,511


9,921

4,040
51,416
9,027
26,824
13,130
5,923
7,515
3,961
18,883
9,280
2,835
16,152
8,530
26,725
20,973
11,012

13;591
3,622
6,100
17,863
11,192
11,003
3,024
11,801

5,549
18,011
5,581
12,143
5,207
12,269
11,908


34,305
4,805
14,090
4,717
7,465'
6,731
6,116
17,689
11,933
14,200
75,163
38,039

22,198


11,825

4,997
78,374
11,557
28,821
17,210
6,710
9,509
6,294
19,427
10,361
4,700
16,919
9,550
26,941
21,563
10,525

19,107
5,507
6,577
7,502
24,148
13,096
13,208
4,057
14,897

6,696
18,603
7,103
16,510
4,802
16,460
16,403


35,366
5,136
13,518
16,778
7,270
4,763
7,468

5,235
7,315
16,024
24,536
22,194
94,834
41,117
6,433
22,989


12,484

6,291
83,682
14,097
5,351
16,197
7,860
12,421
8,684
20,135
11,992
5 920
17,834
15,736
28,758
19,618
10,005

15,397
10,937
9,669
9,634
18,814
37,423
15,863
13,473
8,589
20,745
9,453
7,517
20,286
10,785
21,790
7,606
16,473
11,123


31,689
5,622
n1 407
TZI03
8,505
5,135
8,775
5,220
5,621
14,290
42,753
25,434
113,540
49,386
2,442
5,318
23,539


9,873

4,548
88,257
12,850
31,224
14,502
6,242
12,744
9,540
18,059
9,921
5,006
16,516
18,712
23,968
19,550
11,340
9,360
2,132
19,890
7,195
18,654
8,802
28,265
38,661
14,568
13,061
7,886
13,670
10,986
7,851
19,789
11,219
23,374
5,129
12,119
11,828


32,584
5,561
11,873
S7,024
12,841
14,242
11,365
3,390
5,374
4,855
1,256
15,551
111,352
8,061
4,236
123,481
43,457
2,203
5,239
24,935
3,467

9,904
10,178
1,111
4,723
6,752
133,384
12,422
33,122
13,827
4,694
18,870
12,154
20,049
10,636
4,849
15,549
23,056
27,152
14,260
9,643
9,793
4,163
38,325
10,755
37,137
11,599
51,714
63,925
17,027
16,426
11,778
14,599
10,050
14,738
7,916
16,205
13,113
4,873
40,165
5,811
13,664
10,420


34,365
6,273
12,091
9,405
13,283
20,094
7,298
4,013
5,516
6,859
2,883
14,638
142,955
7,745
6,419
155,503
53,594
2,466
6,283
29,890
4,137
2,762
3,182
9,454
10,348
3,492
4,948
9,192
153,519
12,924
6,724
31,969
13,408
4,361
23,161
14,900
23,476
12,456
4,067
15,614
22,502
29,578
5,111
13,624
9,375
9,897
4,129
49,737
10,699
51,781
10,574
62,149
72,291
18,096
18,676
7,057
14,083
12,440
18,735
10,644
15,731
13,136
7,428
42,757
5,468
14,576
12,180


1935 1940

36,481 38,607
7,173 6,510
16,828 20,686
8,841 8,717
14,554 16,142
23,042 30,794
8,352 8,218
3,801 3,663
5,599 5,806
7,103 6,468
4,790 5,102
15,382 16,859
180,998 267,739
8,170 7,792
5,853 7,018
175,204 210,143
56,674 74,667
3,179 3,008
6,585 5,991
26,974 31,450
4,174 4,250
2,673 2,745
3,099 6,951
9,791 9,778
11,414 10,158
3,711 5,237
5,522 5,641
10,912 9,246
159,208 180,148
14,449 15,447
8,480 8,957
35,384 34,428
13,617 12,032
4,259 4,405
28,062 27,255
16,351 17,488
26,622 31,646
12,973 12,550
3,883 3,752
17,145 16,190
23,061 26,098
30,751 31,243
5,214 6,295
13,354 14,078
9,185 10,826
11,669 12,900
3,484 3,000
58,184 70,074
9,759 10,199
53,194 79,989
11,266 13,981
64,638 91,852
82,184 86,665
18,370 18,698
17,639 20,102
9,044 11,871
15,530 16,085
13,787 16,106
22,192 22,304
10,056 11 u41
16,973 17,073
11,142 11,565
5,428 7,094
50,550 53,710
6,083 5,463
13,894 14,246
12,899 1;,302
1,606,842 11,897,414


1945

38,245
6,326
43,188
10,730
19,339
50,442
8,225
4,220
5,427
10,038
4,957
17,139
315,138
6,854
4,926
273,843
105,262
2,652
8,026
30,992
3,466
2,281
7,010
8,731
8,585
5,066
5,672
16,224
207,844
14,627
9,079
34,509
11,066
3,995
27,946
23,593
35,451
9,902
3,193
15,537
26,803
35,132
6,094
19,018
10,859
16,155
2,919
86,782
10,562
112,311
13,729
130,268
112,429
17,837
21,596
12.958
16,986
19,202
24,560
10,417
17,602
10,738
6,051
58,492
5,059
13,871
11,889
2,250,061


514,902 752,619 1921,618 1968,470 1,263,549 1,468,211









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 3
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY RACES
NEGRO) 1830 TO 1945


(WHITE AND


WHITE NEGRO
Census Per Cent Density
Year White per
Number Increase Number Increase Sq. Mile
1830 18,385 ......... 16,345 ......... 52.9 0.7
1840 27,943 9,550 26,534 10,189 51.2 0.9
1850 47,203 19,260 40,242 13,708 53.9 1.5
1860 77,746 30,543 62,677 22,435 55.4 2.5
1870 96,057 18,311 91,688 29,011 51.2 3.4
1880 142,965 46,908 126,690 35,002 53.5 5.0
1885 191,185 48,220 147,221 20,531 56.8 6.4
1890 224,949 32,764 166,178 18,957 57.5 7.4
1895 271,561 46,612 193,039 26,861 58.4 8.8
1900 297,333 25,772 230,730 37,691 56.2 10.0
1905 348,923 61,590 265,737 35,007 56.8 11.6
1910 443,634 94,711 308,669 42,932 59.0 14.2
1915 559,787 116,153 360,394 51,725 60.4 16.7
1920 638,153 78,368 329,487 *o0,9r7i 63.8 17.7
1925 854,585 216,432 401,733 72,24e6 68.0 23.3
1930 1,035,205 180,620 431,828 30,095 70.5 24.0
1935 1,139,063 103,858 463,205 32,377 70.9 26.2
1940 1,381,986 242,923 515,428 52,223 72.8 32.3
1945 1,695,301 313,315 554,760 39,332 75.3 38.3


*Decrease


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FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 13

TABLE 4
SHOWING TOTAL POPULATION BY COUNTIES AND BY RACE AND SEX

WHITE NEGRO
COUNTIES TOTAL
Male Female Male Female
STATE........................... 2,250,061 838.970 856,331 271,377 283,383
lachua ............................. 38,245 11,657 12,128 6,835 7,025
Baker................................ 6,326 2,634 2,321 689 682
Bay .............................. 43,188 18,351 18,136 3,095 3,606
Bradford ......................... 10,730 4,017 3,906 1,388 1,419
Brevard ............................. 19,339 6,861 6,919 2,772 2,787
Broward.............................. 50,442 17,658 18,772 6,786 7,226
Calhoun............................. 8,225 3,730 3,410 527 558
Charlotte ............................ 4,220 1,885 1,699 331 305
Citrus ................................. 5,427 2,017 1,729 873 808
Clay................................ 10,038 4,336 3,977 876 849
Collier ................... .. 4,957 1,982 1,656 843 476
Columbia .......................... 17,139 5,645 5,321 3,118 3,055
Dade............... ............... 315,138 124,697 136,536 25,104 28,801
De Soto.......................... 6,854 2,686 2,731 692 745
Die ........ ....................... 4,926 1798 1,668 739 721
Duval............... ......... 273,843 97,311 101,288 35,714 39,530
Escambia ........................... 105,262 46,120 37,472 10,630 11,040
Flagler............................ 2,652 687 579 731 655
Franklin ....................... 8,026 3,114 3,005 883 1,024
Gadsden ............................ 30,992 6,814 7,366 8,185 8,627
Gilchrist...................... ............... 3466 1,519 1,450 252 245
Glade ............................. 2,281 840 860 319 262
ulf ................................ 7,010 2,593 2,485 974 958
Hamilton ........................ 8,731 2,581 2,522 1,780 1,848
Hardee ............................. 8,585 4,075 3,919 298 293
Hendry............................. 5,066 2,068 1,971 539 488
Hernando............ ............ 5,672 2,170 1,928 808 766
Highlands......................... 16,220 6,660 6,675 1,437 1,448
Hillsborough.......................... 207,844 85,263 88,570 16,207 17,804
Holmes............................ 14,627 7,193 6,786 315 333
Indian River................. ...... 9,079 3,435 3,296 1,177 1,171
Jackson............ :............... 34,509 1,523 11,349 5,535 6,102
Jefferson ........ ................. 11,066 1,979 1,985 3,439 3,663
Lafayette ..................... ..... 3,995 1,870 1,685 232 208
Lake ............................. 27,946 10,026 10,437 3,614 3,869
Lee.... ......................... 23,593 9,444 9,345 2,382 2,422
Leon ...... ............... ..... 35,451 9,307 9,811 7,465 8,868
Levy ........................ 9,902 3,230 3,099 1,797 1,776
Liberty...... ........ ....... 3,193 1,318 1,221 318 336
Madison.......................... 15,537 4,080 3,854 3,802 3,801
Manatee.......................... 26,803 9,930 10,095 3,324 3,454
Marion............................. 35,132 9,446 9,599 7,940 8,147
Martin ............................... 6,094 2,111 2,043 1,003 937
Monroe............................. 19,018 8,119 7,758 1,523 1,618
Nassau............................. 10,859 3,794 3,588 1,743 1,734
Okaloosa.......................... 16,155 7,568 7,317 630 640
Okeechobee........................... 2,919 1,226 1,154 265 274
Orange........................... 86,782 33,456 33,494 9,798 10,034
Osceola .............................. 10,562 4,351 4,434 935 842
PalnfBeach........................ 112,311 32,018 34,826 25,079 20,388
Pasco............. ........... 13,729 6,023 5,729 1,007 970
Pinellaa............................ 130,268 53,219 60,943 7,430 8,676
Polk.......... ................... 112,429 43,752 43,683 12,503 12,491
Putnam............................ 17,837 5,537 5,379 3,369 3,552
St. Johns............................ 21,596 7,316 7,300 3,194 3,786
St. Lucie............................. 12,958 4,083 4,151 2,275 2,449
Santa Rosa ......................... 16986 7,956 7,517 750 763
Sarasota............................ 19,202 7,320 7,655 2,048 2,181
Seminole............................. 24560 6,807 5999 5,977 5,777
Sumter............................. 10,417 3,944 3,600 1,434 1,439
Suwannee ........................... 17,602 6,036 5,738 2,914 2,914
Taylor.......................... 10,738 3,859 3,562 1,670 1,647
Union.... .................... 6,051 2,448 1,882 1,128 593
Volusia ........... ............. 58,492 20,663 22,694 7,151 7,984
Wakulla.................... ..... 5,059 1,771 1,650 800 838
Walon........... ..... .. ........ 13,871 5,989 5,886 991 1,005
Washington......................... 11,889 505,4 4,788 997 1,050









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE No. 5
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


ALACHUA COUNTY....
PRECINCTS
1-in Waldo..........
1--out Waldo..........
2-in La Cross.........
2-out La Cross.......
3-in Alachua.........
3-out Alachua........
4-in Gainesville.......
4-out Gainesville......
5-in Gainesville.......
5-out Gainesville......
6-in Newberry........
6-out Newberry.......
7-in Gainesville.......
18-in Hawthorne.......
8-out Hawthorne.....
9-Island Grove.......
10-in Micanopy........
10-out Micanopy......
11-in Archer...........
11-out Archer .........
12-Arredonda .........
13-Fairbanks..........
14-Melrose............
15-Rochelle ...........
16-Elveston ..........
17-Hague .............
19-Orange Heights.....
'20--in High rings.....
20--out-High Springs...
21-in High Springs..
21--out High Springs....
22-Campville........
23-in Gainesville.......
23-out Gainesville......
24-Bland .............
25-in Gainesville.......
26- ...............
27-in Gainesville.......
28-in Gainesville.......
28-out Gainesville......


38,245 23,785


497
782
196
1,097
1,121
1,029
962
1,307.
1,783
1,724
752
1,929
5,175
811
592
538
311
733
592
1,164
427
400
255
570
37
306
301
951
293
943
607
278'
1,358
1,226
509
1,338
586
1,833
2,495
537


408
455
115
507
565
509
702
896
1,783
1,530
444
1,229
2,275
380
265
421
247
314
434
266
186
167
229
227
34
181
214
711
127
556
367
131
866
772
257
916
164
1,593
1,912
430


14,460

89
327
81
490
556
520
260
411

194
308
700
2,900
431
327
117
64
419
158
898
241
233
26
343
3
125
87
240
166
387
240
147
492
454
252
422
422
240
583
107


15,224

236
265
66
288
357
313
521
698
1,128
968
251
690
1,550
232
163
238
149
191
272
169
101
90
152
149
17
110
125
448
81
320
210
79
563
501
139
705
82
1,164
1,116
327


8,390

61
215
41
264
304
284
139
S214

123
177
400
1,893
241
189
54
35
235
85
505
117
116
20
205
3
71
45
134
90
222
138
75
284
267
120
251
196
143
366
68


BAKER COUNTY....... 6,326 4,955- 1,371 2,484 684
PRECINCTS
1-Sanderson.......... 1,142 699 443 321 191
2-Olustee ............ 703 449 254 240 158
3-in Macclenny....... 396 339 57 196 29
3-out Macclenny...... 620 417 203 238 103
4-Taylor............. 521 499 22 220 15








FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 15

TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Baker County-Continued
5--in Glen St. Mary.... 150 150 ....... 72.......
5-out Glen St. Mary... 920 743 177 358 69
6-Baxter............. 203 199 4 91 4
7-Manning........... 75 75 ........ 29....
8-in Macclenny...... 736 636 100 330 37
8-out Macclenny...... 860 749 111 389 78
BAY COUNTY.......... 43,188 36,487 6,701 21,322 3,930
PRECINCTS
1-in Panama City..... 1,593 1,588 5 1,121 4
2-in St. Andrews...... 1,410 1,405 5 816 3
3-in Millville......... 1,309 1,284 25 772 19
4-in Bay Harbor...... 191 191 .. ...... 103......
4-out Bay Harbor..... 1,626 882 744 475 394
5-Parker......... .. 962 962 ........ 558.......
6- Cook.............. 53 53 ........ 26 ......
7-Wetappa........... 16 16 ........ 9 .....
10-Cromanton......... 971 959 12 615 11
11-in Lynn Haven..... 1,694 1,487 207 919 112
11-out Lynn Haven.... 234 225 9 140 5
12- Majette..................... .. ......... ... .. ......
13-Bay Head.......... 298 298 ........ 162.......
14-Youngstown........ 497 362 135 206 59
15-Fountain ............ 221 204 17 106 9
16--Econfina........... 117 90 27 53 10
17-South Port......... 855 848 7 404 4
18-Merrial ........... 49 48 1 22 1
19- M urfee ............ 14 14 ........ 7 .....
20-West Bay.......... 537 523 14 257 9
21- Pine Log........... 45 45 ........ 29 ......
22-in Panama City..... 1,074 1,060 14 733 13
23-Allanton .......... 29 29 ........ .19 .......
24-Callaway .......... 1,009 1,009 ........ 506.....
25-Sunny Side......... 609 604 5 371 5
26-in Panama City..... 2,028 1,634 394 1,026 343
26--out Panama City.... 123 59 64 35 39
27-in Panama City..... 5,667 2,274 3,393 1,495 2,011
27-out Panama City.... 64 23 41 14 24
28-Millville........... 3,217 2,496 721 1,450 459
29-in Springfield....... 607 511 96 273 48
29-out Springfield...... 1,694 1,631 63 870 32
30-Highland City...... 1,086 1,086 ........ 562.......
31--St. Andrews Bus Sta. 2,443 2,416 27 1,350 13
32-in Drummond Park.. 3,204 3,201 3 1,678 2
32-out Drummond Park 1,535 1,535 ........ 805 .......
33-Wainwright Park.... 2,091 2,091 ........ 1,224 ........
34-Airport ............ 192 192 ........ 92 ........
35-St. Andrews (in
Panama)............. 1,457 831 626 505 368
36-Yacht Club......... 1,324 1,289 35 877 24
37-Panama City Beach. 1,043 1,032 11 637 9








FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


BRADFORD COUNTY... 10,730 7,923 2,807 4,350 1,440
PRECINCTS
1-in Lawty........... 443 176 267 87 130
1-out Lawty.......... 2,119 1,580 539 787 259
2-in North Starke..... 1,534 1,090 444 603 240
2--out North Starke.... 2,321 1,668 653 924 351
3-in South Starke..... 596 596 ........ 359 .....
3--out South Starke.... 1,330 962 368 580 211
4--Graham ............ 222 177 45 100 18
5-in Hampton........ 408 322 86 188 44
5-out Hampton....... 291 191 100 111 50
6-Theressa........... 267 218 49 112 18
7-New River........ 279 175 104 105 50
8-Brooker............ 920 768 152 394 69

BREVARD COUNTY.... 19,339 13,780 5,559 9,592 3,426
PRECINCTS
1-Lagrange........... 263 217 46 128 30
2-in Titusville........ 2,449 1,618 831 1,090 536
2-out Titusville ....... 103 72 31 49 20
3-City Point......... 485 293 192 213 122
4-in Rockledge....... 1,226 1,128 98 816 69
4-out Rockledge. 80 74 6 47 4
5-in Eau Gallie....... 1,084 863 221 608 140
5-out Eau Gallie ...... 140 130 10 92 6
6-in Melbourne....... 4,011 2,913 1,098 2,088 663
6-out Melbourne...... 758 732 26 528 16
7-Malabar............ 375 328 47 205 26
8- Grant .............. 145 145 ........ 85
9-Lotus .............. 67 60 7 52 6
10-Georgiana.......... 151 126 25 87 22
11-Merritt ........... 696 521 175 339 98
12-Haulover........... 97 87 10 68 7
13-Canaveral.......... 78 78 ........ 59.
14-Wilson ............. 59 57 2 40 2
15-Courtenay......... 133 73 60 60 37
16-in Mims........... 1,081 453 628 287 352
17-Tillman............ 500 358 142 240 83
18-Micco ............. 178 145 33 96 18
19-Audubon........... 129 122 7 71 2
20-Arsino ............ 64 57 7 40 4
21-in Cocoa........... 4,022 2,192 1,830 1,541 1,144
21-out Cocoa.......... 336 328 8 231 5
22-in Cocoa Beach'..... 138 138 ........ 101 ....
22--out Cocoa Beach.... 144 144 ........ 104.
23-Indian River City... 261 257 4 176 4
24-Aurantia........... 81 66 15 51 10

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FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 17

TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

BROWARD COUNTY.... 50,442 36,430 14,012 26,531 8,070
PRECINCTS
1-in Deerfield......... 2,008 592 1,416 405 789
1-out Deerfield....... 318 165 153 112 86
2-in Pompano........ 2,445 435 2,010 269 1009
2-out Pompano....... 1,485 131 1,354 79 679
3-in Oakland Park.... 582 494 88 314 39
3-out Oakland Park... 364 359 5 241 2
4-in Fort Lauderdale.. 485 485 ........ 349
4-out Fort Lauderdale. 697 665 32 479 14
5-in Fort Lauderdale.. 753 753 ........ 479
5-out Fort Lauderdale. 504 28 476 17 236
6-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,138 846 292 546 157
6-out Fort Lauderdale. 99 85 14 55 8
7-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,041 1,041 ........ 696.......
7-out Fort Lauderdale. 217 217 ........ 143.......
8-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,260 1,260 ........ 890.......
9-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,297 1,297 ........ 998.......
10-in Fort Lauderdale.. 916 916 ........ 715.......
10-out Fort Lauderdale. 245 245 ........ 184.......
11-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,428 1,428 ........ 1,078
12--in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,963 1,952 11 1,603 11
13-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,517 1,517 ....... 1,230
14--in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,259 1,247 12 1,055 8
15-in Fort Lauderdale.. 3,174 678 2,496 508 1,749
16--in Fort Lauderdale.. 4,377 1,658 2,719 1,149 1,564
17-in Fort Lauderdale.. 534 534 ........ 395.......
17-out Fort Lauderdale. 70 70 ........ 52 .......
18-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,339 1,335 4 934 4
18--out Fort Lauderdale. 249 246 3 172 2
19-in Fort Lauderdale.. 930 930 ........ 701.......
20-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,233 1,233 ........ 923.......
21-in Fort Lauderdale.. 1,541 1,541 ........ 1,141 .......
22-in Dania .......... 1,644 483 1,161 329 679
22-out Dania.......... 472 418 54 285 32
23-in Dania........... 1,335 1,092 243 741 132
23-out Dania .......... 464 ...... 464 ....... 252
24-Davie .............. 838 697 141 455 108
25-in Hollywood....... 916 916 ........ 609 .....
25-out Hollywood...... 187 187 ........ 124 .....
26-in Hollywood....... 1,509 1,509 ........ 1,114 .......
27-in Hollywood....... 1,423 1,423 ........ 1,144....
28-in Hollywood...... 819 819 ....... 562
28-out Hollywood...... 319 316 3 213 3
29-in Hollywood....... 779 779 ........ 552 .....
29-out Hollywood...... 153 153 ........ 109.......
30-in Hollywood....... 975 975 ........ 771...
30-out Hollywood...... 3 3 ........ 2.
31-in Hollywood....... 1,319 1,319 ........ 959 ...
31-out Hollywood...... 5 5 ........ 4 ........
32-in Hallandale....... 373 373 ........ 269 .....
32-out Hallandale...... 82 82 ...... 59 ....
33-in Hallandale....... 1,146 337 809 223 477
33--out Hallandale...... 213 161 52 95 30









18 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS

TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


CALHOUN COUNTY.... 8,225 7,140 1,085 3,721 581
PRECINCTS
1-in Blountstown..... 2,022 1,602 420 881 221
1--out Blountstown.... 1,711 1,267 444 696 233
2-Henderson Mill..... 768 591 177 304 94
3-Altha............... 1,157 1,149 8 597 5
4-Traylor's Mill ...... 187 187 ........ 94 .....
5--Chason ............ 270 270 ........ 120 .....
6-Camphead......... 147 147 ........ 68 .....
7-Carr .......... ..... 476 476 ........ 246 .....
8- Clarkville.......... 257 257 ........ 123 ....
9-- Frink. ............. 240 240 ........ 114 .......
10-Kinard ............. 326 319 7 164 5
11-Shiloh............. 293 264 29 145 23
12-Broad Branch...... 98 98 ........ 44 .......
13-Chipola ............ 273 273 ........ 125 .....

CHARLOTTE COUNTY.. 4,220 3,584 636 2,468 431
PRECINCTS
1- Bermont ........... 38 38 ........ 21 ... ..
2-Cleveland.......... 244 235 9 167 5
3-Murdock. ........... 158 105 53 63 31
4- Gasparilla. ......... 101 101 ........ 59 .....
5-Charlotte Harbor... 341 341 .... 232
6-Sancassa McCall.... 272 226 46 153 24
7-in Punta Gorda..... 974 516 458 351 322
7-out Punta Gorda.... 824 754 70 513 49
8-in Punta Gorda..... 1,110 1,110 ........ 796 .......
8--out Punta Gorda.... 158 158 ........ 113 .....

CITRUS COUNTY....... 5,427 3,746 1,681 2,291 1,024
PRECINCTS
1-Citronelle.......... 57 50 7 24 7
2-in Crystal River.... 960 584 376 369 238
2-out Crystal River.. 229 112 117 72 74
3-Homasassa ......... 483 483 .... .. 270....
4-Ozella ............. 132 132 ........ 73 .....
5-Lecanto............ 237 236 1 123 1
6- Oak Grove......... 84 84 ........ 50 .......
7-Pleasant Grove..... 125 107 18 65 11
8-Floral City......... 436 300 136 210 85
9-New Hope ......... 80 80 .. 52
10-in Inverness........ 1,220 827 393 525 230
10-out Inverness........ 179 179 ........ 114 .
11-South Dunnelon.... 299 91 208 57 128
12-Red Level.......... 331 157 174 88 101
14-Hernando.......... 417 237 180 149 106
15-Holder ............. 159 88 71 50 43









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TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

CLAY COUNTY......... 10,038 8,313 1,725 5,306 1,070
PRECINCTS
1-in Green Cove Spgs.. 3,036 2,297 739 1,476 498
1-out Green Cove Spgs 726 678 48 437 32
2-Doctor's Inlet...... 715 592 123 333 72
3-Middleburg ......... 1,088 905 183 492 106
4-High Pond......... 513 388 125 178 75
5-Kingsley ........... 1,265 1,250 15 817 10
6-Fouts Mill........... 72 42 30 21 10
7-Lake Geneva......... 624 602 22 421 14
8-in Orange Park..... 1,085 798 287 608 173
8-out Orange Park.... 55 55 ........ 42.......
9-Shiloh............. 295 285 10 153 8
10- Sharon............. 21 21 ........ 10 ....
11-Penny Farms ....... 543 400 143 318 72

COLLIER COUNTY..... 4,957 3,638 1,319 2,139 1,004
PRECINCTS
1-in Everglades....... 629 496 133 325 103
2-Deep Lake ......... 106 91 15 24 15
3-Caxambas .......... 154 154 ........ 93 ..
4--Marco ............. 274 266 8 156 3
5-Immokalee......... 701 406 295 244 195
6-in Naples.......... 976 878 98 553 85
6-out Naples......... 405 379 26 238 22
7-Chokoloskee........ 190 190 ........ 102 ..
8-Copeland........... 589 233 356 147 277
9-Ochopee........... 398 234 164 131 122
10-Corkscrew........... 78 51 27 31 19
11-Sunniland.......... 64 54 10 29 10
12-Clancy ............. 110 106 4 9 2
13-Jerome ............. 283 100 183 57 151

COLUMBIA COUNTY... 17,139 10,966 6,173 6,648 3,469
PRECINCTS
1-Columbia .......... 615 423 192 212 108
2-Benton ............ 238 185 53 96 35
3--Suwannee Shoals.... 790 363 427 206 220
4-Bells Mills........ 1,337 537 800 292 394
5--Shalmanezer........ 852 550 302 315 153
6-in Fort White....... 50 50 ........ 26
6--out Fort White..... 1,583 859 724 461 364
7-Mikesville.......... 857 500 357 290 197
8-Mason............. 852 603 249 335 134
9-Lulu ............... 432 327 105 179 46
10-in Lake City.'...... 2,020 833 1,187 531 753
10-out Lake City...... 768 408 360 260 227
11-Watertown......... 920 496 424 278 225
12-in Lake City........ 2,294 1,508 786 995 496









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Columbia County-Con't.
12-out Lake City...... 143 122 21 80 13
13-in Lake City........ 950 927 23 611 13
13-out Lake City...... 471 348 123 226 69
14-in Lake City........ 1,293 1,293 ........ 842
14-out Lake City...... 674 634 40 413 22

DADE COUNTY........ 315,138 261,233 53,905 192,072 34,919
PRECINCTS
1-in North Miami..... 953 953 ........ 623....
1-in N. Miami Beach.. 980 919 61 600 36
1--out Cities........... 1,587 1,301 286 855 170
2-in North Miami..... 121 121 ........ 74.......
2-in Opalocka........ 1,855 1,576 279 959 169
2--out Cities.......... 687 687 ........ 419
3-in Hialeah.......... 1,660 1,366 294 903 182
3--out Hialeah........ 208 208 ........ 137....
4-in Hialeah.......... 2,231 2,231 ........ 1,545....
4--out Hialeah........ 5 5 ........ 3
5- .................. 3,836 3,789 47 2,279 32
6- .................. 1,517 1,517 ........ 936 ...
7-in Miami Shores.... 1,196 1,196 ........ 783....
7-out Miami Shores... 1,891 1,891 ........ 1,278....
8-in North Miami..... 1,601 1,601 ........ 1,169....
8-in Biscayne Park.... 914 914 ........ 667....
8-in Miami Shores .... 215 215 .157
8-out Cities.......... 1,494 1,492 2 1,091 2
9-in El Portel........ 582 582 ........ 440.......
9-in Miami Shores.... 1,385 1,385 ........ 1,050....
9-out Cities. ......... 1,111 1,111 .. 842 .....
10-in Miami........... 2,359 2,351 8 1,905 6
10--out Miami ......... 174 174 .... .. 140
11-in Miami........... 2,406 2,281 125 1,840 78
11-out Miami......... 1 1 ........ 1 .. ..
12-in Miami........... 1,223 1,223 ........ 859 .....
12-out Miami ......... 1,036 1,036 ....... 727....
13- in Miami........... 2,123 2,123 ........ 1,337 .......
14- .................. 1,155 1,109 46 784 33
15- .................. 5,891 1,693 4,198 1,104 2,419
16-. ................. 938 466 472 261 280
17-in Miami........... 3,963 187 3,776 137 1,989
17-out Miami......... 874 874 ........ 638 .....
18-in Miami........... 2,032 2,032 ........ 1,274 ....
19-in Miami........... 2,364 2,364 ........ 1,884....
20--in Miami........... 2,374 2,374 ........ 1,831....
21-in Miami........... 2,266 2,266 ........ 1,644 .....
22-in Miami........... 2,475 2,475 ........ 1,583 .....
22-out Miami ......... 845 845 ........ 541....
23-................... 2,676 2,676 ........ 1,660 .......
24-in Miami Beach..... 879 879 ........ 733 .....








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TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Dade County-Cont'd
24-in N. Miami Beach.. 102 102 ........ 86 ...
24-in Golden Beach.... 125 125 ........ 106 .
24--Surfside............ 991 991 ...... 827 ..
24--out Miami Beach.... 138 104 34 87. 34
25-in Miami Beach..... 2,499 2,494 5 1,941 5
25-out Miami Beach.... 1,007 988 19 772 19
26-in Miami Beach..... 4,203 4,148 55 3,310 55
27-in Miami Beach..... 4,514 4,385 129 3,674 126
28-in Miami Beach..,.. 4,750 4,746 4 3,987 4
29-in Miami Beach..... 5,385 5,383 2 4,290 1
30-in Miami Beach..... 4,156 4,156 ........3,466.......
30-out Miami Beach.... 1,000 1,000 ........ 835.......
31-in Miami Beach..... 3,391 3,390 1 2,891 1
32-in Miami Beach..... 2,479 2,479 ........2,023.
33-in Miami........... 2,458 2,458 ........ 1,897 .......
34-in Miami........... 2,232 2,232 ........ 1,563
35-in Miami... .. 3,077 2,778 299 1,876 184
36-.................. 2,265 1,669 596 1,042 332
37-in Miami........... 30 30 ........ 19 ....
37-in Hialeah.......... 912 912 ......... 593 ..
37-out Hialeah......... 3,762 2,263 1,499 1,469 854
38-in Miami........... 1,315 1,315 .881 ..
38-out Miami......... 1,193 1,193 ...799......
39-in Miami........... 3,752 3,752 ........2,554.......
40-in Miami.......... 2,209 2,209 ........ 1,661 .......
41-in Miami........... 1,701 1,701 ........ 1,318 .....
42-in Miami........... 2,178 2,178 .. 1,900.......
43-in Miami........... 2,164 2,164 ........1,810 ....
44-in Miami........... 1,784 1,784 ........1,305.
45-in Miami........... 2,377 2,377 ........1,722.......
46-in Miami....... .. 2,099 2,099 ........1,394.......
47-in Miami........... 2,039 2,039 ........1,379.......
48-in Miami........... 1,904 1,904 ........1,303.
49-in Miami........... 936 936 ........ 657......
49--out Miami ......... 1,198 1,198 ..843......
50-in Miami........... 1,163 1,163. 792.......
50---out Miami. ....... 1,513 1,513 ........1,026.......
51-in Miami........... 2,401 2,401 .... 1,699......
52-in Miami........... 1,960 1,960 1,438......
53-in Miami........... 2,443 2,443 1,561.
54-in Miami........... 4,037 2,424 1,613 1,543 1,046
55-in Miami........... 1,895 1,895 ....... 1,425 .....
56-in Miami........... 1,890 1,890 1,578......
57-in Miami........... 7,992 439 7,553 306 4,916
58-in Miami........... 8,879 938 7,941 617 5,496
59-in Miami........... 9,274 1,175 8,099 837 5,737
60--in Miami.......... 1,762 1,762 ........ 1,457.......
61-in Miami........... 1,535 1,535 ........ 1,305 ..
62-in Miami............ 4,914 1,523 3,391 1,128 2,601
63-in Miami........... 2,555 2,555 ........ 1,911......









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


64-in Miami........... 1,446 1,446 ........ 1,059 .....
64-out Miami......... 112 112 ........ 83 .....
65-in Miami........... 2,839 2,839 ........ 2,080 .....
66-in M iami........... 1,717 1,717 ........ 1,236 .......
67-in Miami........... 2,082 2,082 ........ 1,656 .......
68-in Miami........... 1,513 1,513 ........ 1,251 .......
69--in Miami........... 1,415 1,415 ...... 1,164 .....
70-in Miami........... 3,278 1,876 1,402 1,557 1,048
71-in Miami............ 965 965 ....... 900 .......
72-in Miami........... 862 862 ....... 795 .....
73-in Miami........... 1,018 1,018 ........ 962 .......
74-in Miami........... 1,351 1,351 ........ 1,167 .......
75--in Miami........... 2,104 2,104 ....... 1,695 .....
76-in Miami............ 1,881 1,881 ........ 1,515 .......
77-in Miami........... 2,044 2,043 1 1,586 1
78-in Miami........... 2,165 2,165 ....... 1,844 .......
79-in Miami........... 1,648 1,648 ....... 1,339 .......
80-in Miami........... 3,452 3,452 ...... 2,709 .....
81-in Miami........... 2,132 2,132 ...... 1,578 ...
82-in Miami........... 1,975 1,974 1 1,413 1
83-in Miami........... 3,110 3,107 3 2,049 3
83-in Coral Gables..... 332 332 ...... 228 .......
83--out Coral Gables.. .. 1,168 1,168 ........ 785 .......
84-inMiami........... 2,191 2,191 ...... 1,444 .....
84-out Miami ... ... 785 785 ...... 517 .......
85-in Miami Springs... 1,863 1,831 32 1,158 28
85-out Miami Springs.. 1,436 1,422 14 900 13
86- .............. 1,489 1,483 6 955 4
87-in Coral Gables.... 2,089 2,085 4 1,494 4
87-out Coral Gables.. .. 104 104 79 .....
88-in Coral Gables.... 1,296 1,280 16 1,075 16
88-out Coral Gables... 393 393 ........ 358 .......
89-in Coral Gables.... 2,137 2,135 2 1,754 2
89-out Coral Gables.... 984 984 ........ 810 .......
90-in Miami........... 2,444 2,444 .... 1,799 ......
91-in Miami........... 2,326 2,321 5 1,671 5
92-in Miami........... 2,254 2,254 ........ 1,726 .....
93- in M iami........... 1,840 1,840 ........ 1,420 .......
94-in Miami.'........... 2,572 2,572 ........ 1,889 .......
95-in Miami........... 2,216 2,216 ........ 1,806 .....
96-in Miami........... 2,019 2,019 .......1,604 ......
97-in Miami.......... 2,602 2,600 2 1,921 2
98-in Miami........... 2,674 2,674 ........1,940 .......
99-in Miami........... 2,536 2,536 ........ 1,860 .......
100-in Miami........... 1,985 1,985 ........ 1,443 .....
101-in Miami........... 3,103 3,103 ........ 2,185 .......
102-in Miami........... 2,241 2,241 ........ 1,557 .....
103-in Miami........... 2,011 2,010 1 1,406 1
104-in Miami........... 3,564 2,778 786 1,933 505
105-in Miami........... 3,877 1,688 2,189 1,295 1,418








FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


105-out Miami......... 30 30 ........ 24 .....
106-in Miami............ 983 151 832 97 507
106-in Coral Gables .... 2,186 2,137 49 1,617 30
106-out Coral Gables.... 945 29 916 16 560
107-in Coral Gables..... 950 950 ........ 642 .....
107-in South Miami..... 82 46 36 31 20
107--out South Miami ... 1,734 1,717 17 1,176 4
108-in Miami............ 217 217 ....... 149.
108-in Coral Gables ..... 260 260 ........ 179 .......
108-in South Miami..... 2,586 1,289 1,297 866 764
108-out South Miami.... 1,359 1,315 44 884 26
109--in South Miami...... 71 71 ........ 51.......
109--out South Miami.... 1,026 906 120 616 65
110-Perrine............ 2,531 778 1,753 512 987
111-- .................. 1,953 877 1,076 572 611
112-Homestead......... 2,762 1,829 933 1,223 556
113-in Homestead....... 3,015 2,033 982 1,422 608
113-out Homestead..... 539 463 76 324 46
114-in Florida City...... 1,006 547 459 372 264
114-out Florida City... 110 86 24 53 13


DE SOTO COUNTY.....
PRECINCTS
1-Pine Level.........
2-Bunker............
3- Owens.............
4-Fort Winder........
5-Brownville.........
8-in Arcadia..........
8-out Arcadia.........
9-in Arcadia.........
9-out Arcadia........
10-Nocatee............
11-Fort Ogden.........


6,854
93
165
240
24
207
1,754
256
2,702
35
923
455


5,417
91
165
240
24
207
1,741
219
1,554
35
815
326


1,437
2



13
37
1,148

108
129


3,291
64
104
157
17
31
1,131
141
963
25
472
186


879
2



11
20
692

80
74


DIXIE COUNTY........ 4,926 3,466 1,460 1,857 956
PRECINCTS
1-Fletcher ........... 428 369 59 190 32
2--Oldtown........... 415 256 159 143 97
3-Eugene ........... 241 241 .. ...... 120 .....
4-in Cross City....... 1,819 1,484 335 817 225
5-Horseshoe.......... 219 219 103 .....
6--Jena............... 359 235 124 116 92
7-Hines.............. 253 37 216 22 148
8-Shamrock.......... 1,081 514 567 283 362
9-Demary Hill........ 111 111 ........ 63 ...









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TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

DUVAL COUNTY....... 273,843 198,599 75,244 131,562 50,273
PRECINCTS
1A-Jacksonville....... 2,233 2,233 ........1,652 .....
1B-Jacksonville....... 5,814 1,742 4,072 1,424 2,916
10-Jacksonville....... 2,451 2,451 ....... 1,793 .......
1D-Jacksonville....... 5,005 2,051 2,954 1,579 1,973
2A-Jacksonville....... 2,041 2,036 5 1,297 4
2B-Jacksonville....... 3,565 2,024 1,541 1,351 1,063
2C-Jacksonville....... 5,359 1,739 3,620 1,115 2,231
3A-Jacksonville....... 1,941 1,938 3 1,612 3
3B-Jacksonville...... 1,777 1,696 81 1,263 53
3C-Jacksonville....... 2,754 1,994 760 1,515 528
3D-Jacksonville....... 2,657 1,252 1,405 857 971
4A-Jacksonville....... 7,206 1,194 6,012 833 4,022
4B-Jacksonville....... 5,071 4,040 1,031 2,366 604
4C-Jacksonville ....... 2,628 2,616 12 1,871 8
4D-Jacksonville....... 3,366 3,258 108 2,202 71
5A-Jacksonville....... 4,064 1,198 2,866 1,026 2,171
5B-Jacksonville....... 6,959 1,898 5,061 1,686 3,400
5C-Jacksonville....... 5,555 789 4,766 627 3,614
5D-Jacksonville....... 4,927 792 4,135 655 3,221
6A-Jacksonville....... 3,403 3,403 ........2,404 .....
6B--Jacksonville....... 4,899 1,814 3,085 1,362 2,232
6C-Jacksonville....... 2,835 1,911 924 1,483 648
7A-Jacksonville....... 3,762 3,652 110 2,351 85
7B-Jacksonville....... 3,964 3,777 187 2,497 115
7C-Jacksonville........ 3,550 3,550 ........ 2,369 .....
8A-Jacksonville....... 10,414 1,452 8,962 896 5,785
8B-Jacksonville....... 3,144 1,233 1,911 770 1,186
8C-Jacksonville....... 1,921 1,768 153 1,229 89
8D-Jacksonville....... 1,464 1,464........ 1,125 ...
9A-Jacksonville....... 2,988 1,831 1,157 1,195 821
9B--Jacksonville....... 2,149 2,143 6 1,630 5
9C--Jacksonville....... 3,478 1,449 2,029 944 1,349
10A--Jacksonville....... 3,545 3,545 ........ 2,789 .....
10B-Jacksonville....... 2,816 2,816 ........ 2,129 .....
10C-Jacksonville........ 1,674 1,674 .......1,306 .....
11A-Jacksonville....... 3,897 3,859 38 2,327 30
11B-Jacksonville....... 4,096 1,963 2,133 1,257 1,321
11C-Jacksonville....... 5,226 1,386 3,840 911 2,391
12A-Jacksonville....... 3,665 3,426 239 1,981 137
12B-Jacksonville....... 3,347 3,119 228 1,901 112
12C-Jacksonville....... 3,007 1,996 1,011 1,045 617
13A-Jacksonville....... 4,294 4,294 ....... 2,932 .......
13B-Jacksonville....... 2,542 2,542 ........ 1,786 ....
13C-Jacksonville....... 2,550 1,286 1,264 789 794
13D-Jacksonville....... 2,351 2,351 ...... 1,514 ...
14A-Jacksonville....... 2,517 2,458 59 1,523 39
14B-Jacksonville....... 5,240 3,770 1,470 2,201 905
14C-Jacksonville....... 1,893 1,844 49 1,110 34
15A-Jacksonville ....... 3,345 3,345 ........ 2,455 ....








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Duval County-Continued
15B-Jacksonville....... 4,558 4,557 1 3,061 1
15C--Jacksonville....... 2,471 2,455 16 1,822 16
16A-Jacksonville....... 1,547 1,547 .. 1,059.......
16B-Jacksonville....... 1,932 1,859 73 1,282 41
16C-Jacksonville....... 2,479 2,479 ..... 1,645......
17A--Jacksonville....... 1,772 1,772 .. 1,256.......
17B--Jacksonville ....... 3,187 2,361 826 1,631 514
17C-Jacksonville....... 1,651 1,649 2 1,123 2
18A-Jacksonville........ 2,845 2,845 ....... 2,133.......
18B--Jacksonville....... 2,493 2,493 .1,731......
18C--Jacksonville....... 2,156 2,149 7 1,468 7
19-Jacksonville........ 2,566 2,466 100 1,344 60
20A-Jacksonville....... 3,726 3,567 159 2,002 93
20B-Hart Haven....... 1,552 1,459 93 812 60
21-Dinsmore.......... 1,507 1,419 88 770 49
22-White House .... 954 916 38 483 24
23-in Baldwin......... 914 579 335 305 206
23-out Baldwin........ 581 412 169 217 104
24-Maxvile ........ 436 393 43 201 20
25--out Jacksonville..... 6,197 6,076 121 3,775 76
26-out Jacksonville..... 3,378 2,993 385 1,685 188
27-out Jacksonville... 6,044 5,933 111 4,194 77
28-Hogan......... 4,165 3,682 483 2,253 270
29-Hogan............ 8,391 6,746 1,645 4,001 902
30-Mandarin.......... 1,861 1,512 349 877 189
31-in Jacksonville Beach 5,943 5,274 669 3,398 434
31-out Jacksonville Bch. 779 779 ........ 501......
32-Arlington .......... 2,430 2,119 311 1,329 171
33-Mayport .......... 1,236 881 355 510 274
34- ................ 448 272 176 166 97
35--Bayard............ 327 183 144 108 95
36-in Neptune Beach... 1,298 1,298 .878 .......
36-in Atlantic Beach... 956 921 35 623 28
36-out Neptune Bch... 402 391 11 264 9
37-Fort George....... 95 86 9 60 9
38-New Berlin......... 450 304 146 174 81
39-Duval Station...... 1,832 1,717 115 914 62
40-Airport ............ 1,255 1,170 85 681 71
41-out Jacksonville..... 5,211 4,840 371 2,772 229
42-out Jacksonville..... 1,305 923 382 510 213
43- .................. 1,164 1,077 87 609 53

ESCAMBIA COUNTY... 105,262 83,592 21,670 55,737 13,897
PRECINCTS
1-Pleasant Grove..... 9,511 8,504 1,007 7,911 1,002
2-Kupfrain's Park..... 1,866 1,812 54 1,072 41
3-Millview........... 6,108 5,584 524 4,221 418
4-Gulf Point......... 590 578 12 288 8
5-Klondvke.......... 2,587 2,424 163 1,813 130









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE


Minor Civil Divisions


Escambia County-Cont'd.
6- Gonzales...........
7-Pine Barren.......
8-McKinnonsville....
9-Bluff Springs......
10-Reilly's Old Field...
11-Walnut Hill.......
12-Pensacola........
13-Pensacola........
14-Pensacola ........
15-Pensacola........
16-Pineville .........
17-Brents...........
18-McDavids..........
19-Molino...........
20-Flomaton........
21-Muscogee .........
22-Century..........
23-Creamer's Mill.....
24-Carey's Lane......
25-South Ensley......
26-Pensacola........
27-Pensacola.........
28-Pensacola.........
29-Pensacola.........
30-Pensacola ........
31-Pensacola.........
32-Pensacola.........
33-Bratts ...........
34-Pensacola ........
35-East Pensacola.....
36-Cottage Hill.......
37-Ferry Pass........
38-Pensacola.........
39-Pensacola.........
40-Pensacola.........
41-Pensacola........
42-Pensacola.........
43-Beulah...........
44-New Warrington....
45-Oak Grove.......
46-Pensacola........
47-Pensacola..........
48-Pottery Plant.......
49-- ...............
50- ................
51- ...............
52- ................
53-North Ensley.......


1945

Total White


1,363
333
571
596
841
485
1,102
2,532
1,223
1,012
430
1,265
453
1,262
1,018
421
1,695
462
904
1,355
987
1,339
2,098
3,977
1,116
4,466
3,206
905
1,489
1,721
545
3,089
1,162
1,351
2,263
1,110
1,564
343
5,983
483
1,744
3,602
4,756
2,207
1,487
1,497
1,259
398


820
147
450
576
787
485
1,029
1,680
1,006
879
430
1,065
399
979
647
313
983
462
722
1,103
987
1,332
891
533
1,116
1,484
1,798
900
1,236
1,713
472
2,861
961
1,351
2,261
787
1,185
343
5,182
471
1,679
3,537
3,755
942
1,370
1,442
1,109
330


Negro


543
186
121
20
54

73
852
217
133

200
54
283
371
108
712

182
252

7
1,207
3,444

2,982
1,408
5
253
8
73
228
201

2
323
379

801
12
65
65
1,001
1,265
117
55
150
68


Voting Age 1945

White Negro


414 278
92 104
237 64
315 7
388 25
231 ...
653 51
1,213 562
745 148
577 81
202 .......
579 103
216 29
525 142
358 223
173 56
577 397
227 ...
499 96
623 146
715 ...
925 7
638 835
360 2,247
840 .......
1,007 1,782
1,116 900
422 4
911 171
1,137 8
263 42
2,153 176
558 118
969 ...
1,550 2
468 205
744 280
201 ...
3,417 445
244 8
1,043 31
2,040 38
1,984 554
544 773
833 75
965 34
619 73
209 39


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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Escambia County-Cont'd.
54- .................. 1,802 1,547 255 847 161
55-Pensacola.......... 1,577 475 1,102 367 727
56-Pensacola.......... 993 970 23 607 21
57-Brownsville......... 2,049 2,038 11 1,203 5
58-AeroVista.......... 2,709 2,670 39 1,689 25

FLAGLER COUNTY..... 2,652 1,266 1,386 845 791
PRECINCTS
1-in Bunnell.......... 1,112 676 436 447 276
1-out Bunnell........ 294 97 197 64 125
2-Marineland......... 32 32 ........ 26 .....
3-Haw Creek......... 335 93 242 61 135
4-St. Johns........... 227 127 100 84 50
5--Espanola........... 376 89 287 49 135
6-Shell Bluff.......... 140 16 124 11 70
7-in Flagler Beach.... 88 88 ........ 67.
7--out Flagler Beach... 48 48 ........ 36.
FRANKLIN COUNTY... 8,026 6,119 1,907 3,793 1,209
PRECINCTS
1-in Apalachicola..... 1,503 1,472 31 1,030 26
1--out Apalachicola.... 104 104 ........ 65 .....
2-CarrabeUe.......... 2,357 2,049 308 1,315 197
3-in Apalachicola..... 1,486 870 616 481 374
3--out Apalachicola.... 957 583 374 324 228
4-East Bay........... 255 193 62 108 37
5--Apalachicola........ 824 307 517 211 347
-East Point......... 541 541 ....... 259 .....
PG SDEN COUNTY.... 30,992 14,180 16,812 10,005 9,433
SINCTS
-in Quincy.......... 1,820 1,508 312 983 159
-out Quincy......... 2,548 501 2,047 328 1,044
Concord........... 571 341 230 203 115
in Havana.......... 1,353 661 692 385 361
ut Havana........ 1,847 514 1,333 300 696
5-Midway........... 1,185 131 1,054 72 472
Wetumpka......... 351 164 187 100 92
7Sawdust........... 879 339 540 212 245
8 ycamore.......... 573 367 206 238 92
9-in Chattahoochee... 7,829 5,530 2,299 4,696 1,824
utChattahoochee.. 1,186 249 937 216 744
1 Mt. Pleasant........ 1,253 418 835 256 370
11 Hardaway.......... 424 220 204 130 89
12 Greensboro......... 1,161 690 471 391 226
13 in Quincy.......... 3,526 1,335 2,191 787 1,182
13 ut Quincy......... 2,861 685 2,176 404 1,174
1 -Hinson............. 920 290 630 153 325
1 5Gretna............. 705 237 468 151 223









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

GILCHRIST COUNTY... 3,466 2,969 497 1,564 306
PRECINCTS
1-in Trenton......... 895 563 332 329 209
1-out Trenton........ 457 373 84 219 53
2-Donnie ............ 488 488 ........ 259 .....
3-Ball ............... 724 698 26 364 11
4-Williford........... 496 441 55 193 33
5- Osceola............ 275 275 ........ 137 .......
6- Leggett............ 131 131 ........ 63 .....

GLADES COUNTY...... 2,281 1,700 581 890 367
PRECINCTS
1-Moore Haven....... 494 156 338 91 219
2-Glades. ............. 16 12 4 6 4
3-Moore Haven....... 188 188 ......... 116 .......
4-Palmdale ........... 123 123 ........ 77 .......
5-North LaBelle...... 30 30 ........ 14
6-in Moore Haven.... 599 449 150 275 91
6-out Moore Haven.. 146 58 88 36 52
7- Lake Port.......... 192 192 ........ 95 .......
8-Elderberry ......... 50 50 ........ 29 .....
9- Buckhead.......... 20 20 ........ 14 .....
10-Citrus Center....... 83 83 ........ 52 .......
11- M use.............. 54 54 ........ 28 .....
12-Tasmania.......... 9 9 ........ 8 ...
13-Brighton. ........... 90 89 1 49 1

GULF COUNTY......... 7,010 5,078 1,932 2,886 1,136
PRECINCTS
1-in Wewahitchka.... 1,139 980 159 561 87
1-out Wewahitchka... 513 271 242 158 131
2-Ewings Still ....... 45 45 ........ 21 .......
3-White City......... 170 170 ...... 86
4-Port St. Joe.......... 819 436 383 224 237
5-Dalkeith......... 298 183 115 99 65
6-Overstreet (Beacon
Hill).............. 409 378 31 224 15
7-in Port St. Joe...... 2,467 1,498 969 894 581
7-out Port St. Joe..... 527 494 33 295 20
8-Highland View...... 623 623 ........ 324 .......

HAMILTON COUNTY... 8,731 5,103 3,628 2,792 1,928
PRECINCTS
1-in Jennings......... 459 264 195 152 102
1-out Jennings........ 726 500 226 288 118
2-in Jasper........... 1,734 1,053 681 619 389
2-out Jasper.......... 1,291 741 550 423 315
3-in White Springs... 652 485 167 268 86








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Hamilton County-Cont'd.
3--out White Springs... 769 397 372 219 193
4-Belmont........... 241 171 70 78 37
5-Marion............ 672 322 350 155 179
6--Corinth............ 335 308 27 155 11
7-Belleville........... 713 198 515 106 257
8-Westlake........... 447 315 132 154 57
9-Bakers Mill........ 311 150 161 76 82
10-Genoa............. 381 199 182 99 102

HARDEE COUNTY..... 8,585 7,994 591 4,889 338
PRECINCTS
1-in Wauchula........ 341 341 ........ 210 .....
1-out Wauchula...... 89 89 ........ 55 ....
2-in Wauchula........ 993 993 ........ 631 .....
2--out Wauchula..... 404 404 ........ 257 ....
3-in Wauchula........ 1,070 1,021 49 648 26
3-out Wauchula ...... 102 4 98 2 51
4-in Wauchula........ 512 358 154 234 93
5-Fort Green......... 290 290 ........ 179 .....
6-Ona............... 867 845 22 485 13
7- Lily............... 100 100 ........ 65 .
8-Limestone.......... 205 116 89 71 41
9-in Bowling Green.... 720 591 129 356 86
9-out Bowling Green.. 791 791 ........ 477.......
10-Lake Branch....... 159 159 ........ 84 .....
11- M aude .......... .. 81 81 ........ 55 .....
12- Popash ............ 963 963 ........ 539 .....
13- Crewsville.......... 62 62 ........ 34 .....
14-in Zolfo Springs.... 254 213 41 137 23
14-out Zolfo Springs.... 394 385 9 248 5
15- Gardner............ 155 155 ........ 98 ....
16-Sweetwater......... 33 33 ........ 24....
HENDRY COUNTY.... 5,066 4,039 1,027 2,369 687
PRECINCTS
1-in Clewiston........ 1,917 1,800 117 1,144 77
1-out Clewiston....... 748 232 648 64 427
2-in LaBelle, East..... 339 339 ....... 191
2-out LaBelle, East.... 689 554 135 312 81
3-in LaBelle, West.... 509 506 3 299 2
3-out LaBelle, West... 377 262 115 155 91
4-Ford Denaud ...... 163 162 1 106 1
5-Felda.............. 192 184 8 98 8

HERNANDO COUNTY.. 5,672 4,098 1,574 2,669 879
PRECINCTS
1-Croom............. 103 61 42 40 29
2-Add ............... 215 203 12 118 11
3-Aripeka. ........... 33 33 ........ 22 .
4-in Brooksville....... 826 762 64 499 38








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


4-out Brooksville..... 956 768 188 503 112
4--in Brooksville, S... 929 621 308 402 171
4V--out Brooksville, S. 976 363 613 235 342
5-Spring Lake........ 656 385 271 237 142
6-Powell............. 419 400 19 279 9
7- Kaylon............ 78 78 ........ 47 .......
8- Istachatta .......... 175 175 ........ 126 .......
9-Harris Pond........ 204 204 ........ 126.......
10--out Brooksville..... 102 45 57 35 25

HIGHLANDS COUNTY.. 16,220 13,335 2,885 8,793 1,694
PECINCTS
1-in Avon Park....... 11,145 ,145 ...... 806 ......
1-out Avon Park...... 281 171 110 120 72
1A-in Avon Park..... 2,255 1,485 770 972 480
1A--out Avon Park.... 380 373 7 240 4
1B--in Avon Park..... 1,512 1,368 144 880 85
1B--out Avon Park.... 866 738 128 474 75
2-in Sebring.......... 2,244 2,244 ....... 1,548 .....
2-out Sebring......... 1,097 1,097 ........ 756
2A-in Sebring........ 2,656 1,798 858 1,196 512
2A--out Sebring........ 1,281 1,032 249 686 148
3-in De Soto City..... 367 237 130 148 58
3-out De Soto City... 116 116 .... 73.......
4-in Lake Placid..... 396 396 .. 235
4-out Lake Placid..... 856 474 382 282 196
5-Venus............. 236 193 43 108 32
6-Hicoria. .............. 65 51 14 32 4
7-Bassenger....... 181 131 50 74 28
9-Istokpoga.......... 286 286 ........ 163 ....

HILLSBOROUGH
COUNTY............. 207,844 173,833 34,011 115,924 22,992
PRECINCTS
1-Tampa............. 2,097 1,246 851 1,049 573
2-Tampa............ 2,790 2,785 5 2,389 4
3-Tampa............. 1,412 1,393 19 1,119 19
4-Tampa............ 2,577 2,575 2 2,058 2
5-Tampa............ 2,444 2,442 2 1,996 2
6-Tampa............. 2,585 2,161 424 1,724 281
7-Tampa........... 3,711 2,150 1,561 1,665 1,079
8-Tampa............. 1,023 1,015 8 741 4
9-Tampa ............ 2,851 2,545 306 1,719 188
10-Tampa ......... 3,728 3,717 11 2,424 8
11-Tampa............. 7,006 2,210 4,796 1,429 3,003
12-Tampa .......... 2,743 2,726 17 2,260 15
13-Tampa............. 7,845 1,398 6,447 1,083 5,016
14-Tampa............. 1,741 1,096 645 825 447








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Hillsborough Co.-Cont'd.
15-Tampa............. 1,959 1,894 65 1,478 52
16-Tampa............. 2,753 2,753 .... 2,031 .....
17-Tampa............. 5,056 1,932 3,124 1,366 2,255
18-Tampa............. 3,101 2,442 659 1,726 415
19--Tampa............ 5,328 5,054 274 3,042 180
20-Tampa............. 1,948 1,931 17 1,212 9
21-Tampa .......... 5,619 2,999 2,620 1,773 1,669
22-Tampa............. 5,027 3,166 1,861 2,058 1,236
23-Tampa............ 3,014 1,102 1,912 774 1,343
24-Tampa............ 2,774 2,712 62 1,800 42
25-Tampa............. 3,009 2,912 97 2,014 62
26-Tampa............. 1,966 1,896 70 1,340 51
27-Tampa............ 3,044 3,044 ........2,234....
28-Tampa ......... 2,834 2,834.... 2,085 .....
S29-Tampa ........... 2,396 2,396 .1,665 .....
30-Tampa ............ 2,458 2,458 ...... 1,630 .....
31-Tampa.............2,811 2,811 1,871
32-Tampa............. 3,360 2,921 439 2,009 258
33-Tampa .......... 2,381 2,380 1 1,636 1
34-Tampa.......... ... 1,388 1,388 ....... 969 .......
35-Tampa ........... 1,632 1,632 .1,092 .....
36-Tampa.......... 3,262 3,262 .... 2,294 .....
37-Tampa............. 2,621 2,621 ........1,863 .....
38-Tampa............ 2,462 2,462. 1,693....
39-Tampa ......... 3,040 3,040 .... 2,078 ......
40-Tampa............. 2,319 2,318 1 1,624 1
41-Tampa........... 2,361 2,361 .......1,360
42-Tampa........... 2,002 1,994 8 1,385 8
43-in Port Tampa city.. 1,401 811 590 531 401
43-out Port Tampa City 125 124 1 81 1
44-Tampa ............ 2,229 2,209 20 1,587 16
45-Tampa ........... 4,484 4,478 6 3,077 4
46-Tampa .......... 2,120 2,112 8 1,546 8
47-Tampa............ 3,082 3,076 6 2,224 4
48-Tampa............. 3,200 3,160 40 2,141 29
49-Tampa............ 2,458 2,452 6 1,542 5
50-Odessa......... 672 539 133 349 79
51- ............... 4,589 4,589 ..... 2,920
52-Lutz............... 1,492 1,475 17 1,000 11
53- .................. 5,186 4,178 1,008 2,608 811
54- ............... 2,553 2,553 ...... 1,778 ....
55- ............. 3,149 2,418 731 1,529 518
56- .................. 3,886 3,543 343 2,012 192
57- .................. 4,290 4,229 61 2,407 46
58- ................. 1,269 1,254 15 726 8
59-Valrico........... 1,496 1,482 14 909 6
60--Mango .......... 1,751 1,655 96 945 48
61-Seffner............. 1,329 1,078 251 644 128
62- .................. 1,119 904 215 527 113
63-Dover............. 1,165 1,124 41 599 25








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Hillsborough Co.-Cont'd.
64-Plant City......... 1,951 1,847 104 999 48
65-in Plant City....... 3,910 2,906 1,004 1,823 616
65-out Plant City...... 1,117 1,113 4 700 2
66-in Plant City....... 1,193 1,193 ........ 691 .....
66-out Plant City...... 769 768 1 443 1
67-Dover............. 2,187 2,162 25 1,164 16
68-Plant City......... 1,074 1,074 ........ 526
69-in Plant City....... 1,789 773 1,016 459 538
69-out Plant City...... 1,164 1,118 46 665 27
70-in Plant City....... 1,345 545 800 296 440
70-out Plant City...... 1,975 1,751 224 955 123
71-Durant............ 1,536 1,227 309 657 182
72- .................. 1,165 1,152 13 603 7
73-Gibsonton.......... 1,091 1,058 33 652 23
74-Riverview.......... 1,245 1,241 4 707 4
75-Lithia ............. 514 493 21 285 14
76-Lithia ............. 804 695 109 354 63
77-Lithia............. 168 158 10 81 6
78-Lithia............. 340 299 41 165 19
79-Balm ............. 1,009 951 58 494 30
80-Ruskin............. 1,975 1,692 283 930 157
HOLMES COUNTY...... 14,627 13,979 648 7,307 372
PRECINCTS
1-Hickory Hill........ 739 739 ........ 376....
2-Sandy Creek........ 131 131 ........ 66 ....
3-New Hope Church... 499 499 ........ 260.....
4-Leonia Church...... 666 666 ........ 332....
5-White Water........ 395 395 ........ 188 .....
6-Mount Zion Church. 629 629 ........ 297.......
7-Live Oak............ 613 613 ........ 306
8-Ponce de Leon ..... 977 957 20 538 7
9-Hurricane Creek.... 638 633 5 302 5
10-Newton............. 863 863 ...... 420 ..
11-Westville........... 556 552 4 291 2
12-in Bonifay.......... 1,333 882 451 508 268
12--out Bonifay........ 282 192 90 110 53
13-Morris Mill......... 314 311 3 158.......
14-Bay View.......... 536 536 ........ 274 .....
15-Bridge Creek....... 192 192 ........ 108 .......
16-Union ............. 423 423 ...... 207
17-Esta ............... 414 403 11 217 8
18- Eleanor............ 564 564 ........ 288 .......
19-William's School.... 799 768 31 379 11
20-Isagora ......... 353 353 ........ 186 .....
21-Noma............. 610 579 31 342 18
22- in Bonifay......... 11 11 ........ 6 .....
22--out Bonifay..... .. 445 445 ........ 252 ....
23-in Bonifay.......... 1,118 1,116 2 609 .......
23--out Bonifay........ 527 527 ........ 287 .......









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

INDIAN RIVER
COUNTY.............. 9,079 6,731 2,348 4,223 1,488
PRECINCTS
1-Roseland........... 82 80 2 60 2
2-in Sebastian........ 328 303 25 191 16
2-out Sebastian....... 141 124 17 78 10
3-in Wabasso.......... 998 498 500 316 305
3-out Wabasso........ 73 42 31 28 19
4-Gifford............. 1,813 758 1,055 403 634
5-in Vero Beach...... 1,668 1,404 264 927 202
5-out Vero Beach..... 208 188 20 124 15
6-in Vero Beach...... 1,953 1,950 3 1,241 2
6-out Vero Beach..... 872 749 123 476 82
7-Oslo............... 210 100 110 70 73
8-in Fellsmere........ 312 312 ........ 180....
8-out Fellsmere....... 421 223 198 129 128

JACKSON COUNTY..... 34,509 22,872 11,637 12,699 5,930
PRECINCTS
1-Forks Creek........ 263 191 72 110 30
2-in Campbellton.... 284 106 178 61 80
2-out Campbellton... 1,928 315 1,613 181 809
3-Kynesville.......... 512 432 80 223 37
4-Richter ........... 833 827 6 397 5
5-Mulberry Grove... 332 232 100 121 43
6-in Marianna........ 2,568 1,107 1,461 635 849
6-out Marianna....... 2,397 1,417 980 805 560
7-Rocky Creek....... 292 250 42 123 23
8-Shady Grove....... 570 486 84 263 34
9-Grand Ridge....... 944 846 98 414 42
10-Dellwood........... 1,392 747 645 340 281
11-Neal's Landing .... 944 539 405 291 180
12-in Malone.......... 554 449 105 243 48
12-out Malone......... 1,549 995 554 539 255
13-in Greenwood....... 354 217 137 137 68
13-out Greenwood.... 1,410 552 858 349 432
14-in North Graceville.. 1,133 829 304 501 201
14-out North Graceville 888 507 381 306 144
15-in Cottondale....... 710 640 70 349 36
15-out Cottondale...... 1,415 460 955 250 484
16-in Sneads.......... 709 548 161 295 75
16-out Sneads......... 1,340 903 437 490 203
17-in Compass Lake.... 81 81 ........ 50........
17-out Compass Lake... 32 32 ........ 20........
18-Bascom............ 544 342 202 216 102
19-in Cypress......... 264 201 63 107 42
19-out Cypress........ 377 327 50 173 34
20-Round Lake........ 277 271 6 145 4
21-in Alford....... ...... 21........ 21 ........ 18
21-outAlford........... 1,010 1,010 ........ 507.......








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945


Minor Civil Divisions


Jackson County-Cont'd.
22-Cave Srings.......
23-Central. ...........
24-Hasty Pond......
25-Alliance............
26--Cherokee...........
27-in North Marianna..
27--out North Marianna.
28-Union .........
29-in South Graceville..
29-out South Graceville.

JEFFERSON COUNTY..
PRECINCTS
1-Ashville......... ..
2-Linton's Mill.......
3- Bethel...........
4-Over-the-Lake......
5- Lloyd..............
6-in Monticello.......
6-out Monticello.. .
7- Drifton............
8- Aucilla.............
9-Lamont............
10-Waukeenah ........
11--Wacissa ......
12--Walker Springs .....


Total White Negro White Negro


526 250 276 123 147
1,254 685 569 354 251
153 149 4 79 2
787 712 75 393 30
336 299 37 150 26
2,958 2,799 159 1,843 97
443 66 377 44 230
1,023 1,007 16 501 3
255 255 ........ 140 .
847 790 57 431 25

11,066 3,964 7,102 2,473 3,670
680 81 599 41 296
751 157 594 77 341
511 200 311 121 151
659 57 602 39 299
1,073 253 820 159 381
2,278 1,353 925 886 559
582 208 374 136 225
854 315 539 200 273
1,009 440 569 290 311
541 177 364 102 156
758 307 451 194 217
1,036 382 654 211 325
334 34 300 17 136


LAFAYETTE COUNTY.. 3,995 3,555 440 1,881 281
PRECINCTS
1-Day............... 983 930 53 497 37
2-in Mayo............ 877 625 252 346 166
2-out Mayo.......... 507 504 3 278 2
3--Airline. ............. 674 605 69 312 35
4-Branford. ........... 829 766 63 385 41
5-Cook's Hammock... 125 125 ........ 63 .....

LAKE COUNTY......... 27,946 20,463 7,483 13,567 4,518
PRECINCTS
1-Astor .............. 127 111 16 68 16
2-Altoona. ........... 439 394 45 240 29
3-Paisley............. 392 241 151 133 82
4-Cassia. ........... 100 99 1 59 1
5-Sorrento ........... 317 244 73 153 46
6--in Eustis........... 3,281 2,351 930 1,663 577
6-out Eustis.......... 764 564 200 399 124
7-in Unatilla......... 1,051 1,048 3 696 2
7-out Umatilla......... 843 350 493' 233 266


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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Lake County-Continued
8-Grand Island....... 182 178 4 114 2
9-Lisbon............ 417 237 180 166 97
10-in Leesburg, South.. 3,485 1,906 1,579 1,241 990
10-out Leesburg, South. 896 764 132 498 83
11-in Lady Lake. ...... 193 146 47 97 25
11-out Lady Lake...... 273 172 101 116 56
12-Okahumpka........ 508 236 272 142 149
13-Yalaha............. 420 159 261 90 143
14-in Mascotte........ 522 522 ........ 308 ....
14-out Mascotte...... 464 308 156 181 79
15-in Clermont........ 1,558 1,130 428 793 262
15-out Clermont....... 433 420 13 294 8
16-in Montverde....... 263 247 16 177 15
16--out Montverde...... 13 12 1 8 1
17-in Astatula......... 201 201 ........ 114 .....
17-out Astutula........ 12 12 ....... 7 .....
18-Lake Gum ........... 156 134 22 77 18
19-in Tavares......... 1,128 905 223 587 139
19-out Tavares........ 278 183 95 119 59
20-in Mount Dora..... 1,850 1,427 423 1,019 295
20-out Mount Dora.... 421 357 64 255 45
21-in Howey-in-the
Hills... ... ........... 163 145 18 89 13
21-out Howey-in-the
Hills................... 180 153 27 93 20
22-Minneola........... 433 433 ....... 270 .
23-in Groveland ...... 722 513 209 337 137
23--out Groveland...... 650 527 123 347 80
24-Ferndale .... ..... 205 205 .. ..... 111 .
25-in Fruitland Park.. 482 464 18 320 10
25--out Fruitland Park.. 465 290 175 200 100
26-in Leesburg, North.. 2,479 1,913 566 1,254 316
26-out Leesburg, North. 1,180 762 418 499 233

LEE COUNTY.......... 23,593 18,789 4,804 12,618 3,136
PRECINCTS
1-Alma .............. 597 562 35 315 25
2-Alga ............... 185 177 8 120 5
3-Buckingham ....... 279 268 11 143 8
4-Bayshore........... 360 359 1 206 1
5-New Prospect....... 1,051 1,042 9 637 3
6-Tice ....... .. 991 991.. 591 .....
7-in Fort Myers...... 2,451 2,451 ...... 1,536 ....
7-out Fort Myers..... 344 344. 216......
8-in Fort Myers..... 2,729 2,699 30 2,237 27
9-in Fort Myers..... 1,895 1,884 11 1,322 11
9-out Fort Myers..... 41 41 ..... 28
10--in Fort Myers..... 2,587 2,573 14 1,847 11
10-out Fort Myers..... 236 236 ........ 170......







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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Lee County-Continued
11-Iona................ 845 383 462 231 228
12-Estera............. 251 251 .... 149
13-Bonita Springs...... 455 436 19 262 18
14-St. James......... 87 87 ......... 49 .....
15-Pineland ........... 32 29 3 26 3
16-Sanibel............ 81 73 8 55 4
17-Captiva............ 95 90 5 67 4
18-Boca Grande...... 291 234 57 165 51
19-in Fort Myers...... 5,534 1,658 3,876 972 2,560
19-out Fort Myers.... 266 67 199 40 131
S20-Gunnery School..... 751 751 ........ 527.......
21-Bokeelia........... 120 120 ........ 68
22-Fort Myers Beach... 648 642 6 426 6
23-South Boca Grande,. 146 112 34 59 25
24-Hendry Creek..... 126 116 10 74 9
25-Slater .............. 50 44 6 28 6
26-Pine Island Bridge... 69 69 ....... 52.......

LEON COUNTY......... 35,451 19,118 16,333 12,490 8,909
PRECINCTS
1-Tallahassee......... 3,351 2,786 565 1,997 390
2-Tallahassee......... 3,072 2,097 975 1,448 579
3-in Tallahassee...... 1,555 1,554 1 1,071 1
3-out Tallahassee.... 2,491 1,483 1,008 1,023 488
4-Miccosukee ......... 1,589 295 1,294 159 631
5-Chaires ........... 1,700 433 1,267 265 572
6-in East Park........ 2,460 1,863 597 1,250 489
6-out East Park...... 2,000 1,151 849 771 344
7-Woodville.......... 800 451 349 252 190
8-out Routes 1 and 3.. 1,672 169 1,503 109 717
9-in Glendale......... 4,195 1,695 2,500 1,027 1,385
9-out Glendale........ 2,923 1,276 1,647 774 915
10-in Tallahassee....... 1,194 878 316 623 179
10-out Tallahassee.... 281 275 6 195 3
11-in Merriville and
Bond Sub-Division...... 2,278 510 1,768 287 1,046
11-out Merriville and
Bond Sub-Division...... 3,297 1,791 1,506 1,006 893
12-out City and Spring
Hill Road.............. 592 410 182 233 87

LEVY COUNTY......... 9,902 6,329 3,573 3,786 2,130
PRECINCTS
1-in Bronson......... 740 375 365 243 226
1--out Bronson........ 8 8 ........ 5 ......
2-Levyville........... 340 157 183 90 98
3-Otter Creek (Ellzey). 950 500 450 262 267
4--in Cedar Keys...... 832 765 67 458 46








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TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE


Minor Civil Divisions


Levy County-Continued
4-out Cedar Keys....
5-Lebanon...........
6-in Montbrook.......
7-in Williston........
7-out Williston......
7A-in Williston.....
7A-out Williston.....
8-Morriston..........
9-Sumner............
10-Judson...........
11-Raleigh (Shell Point)
12-Red Hollow.......
13-Chiefland ..........
14-Inglis and Yankee-
town................
15-Janney.............
16-Gunntown (Gulf
Hammock)...........
17-Tide Water.........


Total White Negro


2
54
257
366
509
682
692
340
128
656
358
212
1,120
501
396
714
45


29
139
63
237
209
491
72
66
15
245
69
459
27
23

351
13


Voting Age 1945

White Negro


22
80
32
119
134
312
43
41
7
130
51
264
22
17
213
6


LIBERTY COUNTY..... 3,193 2,539 654 1,403 358
PRECINCTS
1-Rock Bluff (Oak
Grove)................. 491 164 327 93 160
2-Bristol. ............ 1,141 1,034 107 590 47
4-Hosford (Coe Mills). 689 633 56 347 38
5-Orange............. 237 149 88 75 55
6-Telogia............ 408 382 26 196 21
7-Sumatra ............. 227 177 50 102 37

MADISON COUNTY.... 15,537 7,934 7,603 4,585 3,897
PRECINCTS
1-in Madison......... 2,692 1,379 1,313 874 695
1-out Madison........ 2,118 650 1,468 414 775
3-in Norton Creek.... 247 221 26 129 14
3-out Norton Creek... 808 665 143 389 72
4-Moseley Hall...... 614 365 249 208 114
5-in Greenville........ 1,136 535 601 301 322
5-out Greenville...... 1,680 729 951 410 509
6--Hamburg.......... 1,235 501 734 298 328
7-Cherry Lake........ 1,401 736 665 414 348
8-Pinetta
(Withlacoochee)......... 1,227 738 489 435 251
9-Luten (Harmony)... 798 462 336 231 166
10--Hixtown........... 529 67 462 40 212
11-Macedonia ......... 811 649 162 329 88
12-Winquepin ......... 241 237 4 113 3








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


MANATEE COUNTY....
PRECINCTS
1-in Palmetto
(Library)...............
1-out Palmetto
(Library)...........
2-Oak Knoll..........
3-Duette (Dry Prairie).
4-Myakka Head......
5-Manatee ..... .....
6-Court House.......
7- Verna..............
8-Sandy ............
9-Ellenton ...........
10-Palma Sola.........
11- Parrish............
12-Terra Ceia .........
13-Cortez. ...........
14-in Anna Maria......
14-out Anna Maria.....
15- Gillette............
16-Oneco ...............
17-Myakka City.......
18-City Hall..........
19-Woman's Club......
20-in Rosedale..........
20-out Rosedale.......
21-Cedar Hammock....
22-in Palmetto
(Armory)...........
22-out Palmetto
(Armory) ...........
23-Bradenton Beach...
24-Bradenton (Armory)
25-in Bradenton, East..
25-out Bradenton, East.
26-Somoset ...........
27-Long Beach.......

MARION COUNTY......
PRECINCTS
1-in Ocala............
1--out Ocala.........
2-in Reddick.........
2-out Reddick........
3-Flemington.........
4-Cotton Plant......
5-Romeo.............
6-Camp Izzard......
7--Shady Grove.......


26,803 20,025 6,778 13,493 3,931


1,155
220
50
204
93
2,673
3,167
97
44
927
497
779
1,119
475
203
48
404
1,372
261
878
1,551
913
654
955

2,408

958
337
1,867
1,097
312
1,055
30

35,132

10,242
4,393
504
798
720
557
307
118
762


1,154

217
50
204
93
1,374
1,595
97
44
557
433
578
733
456
203
48
319
1,156
261
876
1,551
911
647
925
649

200
333
1,867
1,097
312
1,055
30

19,045

5,694
2,982
209
257
284
119
149
93
295


1

3


1,299
1,572

370
64
201
386
19

85
216
2

2
7
30

1,759

758
4






16,087
4,548
1,411
295
541
436
438
158
25
467


740
139
29
117
50
898
1,200
50
29
338
313
353
429
287
149
35
199
690
160
712
1,140
643
440
632
438

135
268
1,361
701
199
594
25

12,014

3,693
1,934
130
159
182
69
91
54
187


1

3


761
1,016

195
31
125
208
12

34
105
2

5
18

985
424
4






9,397
2,842
886
183
335
243
225
82
9
263









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro
Mrion County-Continued
8-Summerfield......... 722 349 373 200 202
9-Lake Weir.......... 492 298 194 199 100
10-Moss Bluff.......... 239 211 28 138 11
11-Grahamville........ 586 473 113 274 54
12-Salt Springs........ 138 117 21 90 17
13-Fort McCoy........ 410 220 190 136 104
14-Orange Springs..... 297 228 69 134 35
15-Linadale........... 300 200 100 119 53
16-in Citra............ 185 170 15 102 8
16--out Citra........... 545 149 396 89 221
17-Anthony ........... 985 628 357 384 187
18-Martin........... 792 243 549 152 294
19--Weirsdale ......... 955 593 362 393 189
20-Blitchton ......... 504 150 354 92 188
21-in Belleview....... 582 547 35 366 20
21--out Belleview ..... 810 212 598 141 346
22--in McIntosh......... 302 237 65 153 34
22-out McIntosh....... 772 338 434 219 228
23-Pedro .......... 300 247 53 122 .29
24-in Dunnellon........ 1,344 825 519 521 328
24-out Dunnellon ..... 395 69 326 43 206
25-Chandler........... 170 125 45 92 34
26-Sparr.............. 756 318 438 194 241
27-Eureka .......... 139 112 27 48 12
28-Levon ........... 274 169 105 90 62
29-Kendrick........ 1,303 567 736 322 414
30-Martel............. 703 266 437 150 271
31-Fairfield ........... 661 211 450 136 243
32-Geiger ............. 379 183 196 116 100
33-Amathla........... 559 411 148 234 80
34-Burbank........... 132 97 35 66 18
MARTIN COUNTY...... 6,094 4,154 1,940 2,791 1,231
PRECINCTS
1-Jensen............. 906 718 188 530 100
2-in Stuart........... 1,529 795 734 531 491
2-out Stuart.......... 41 41 ........ 27 .....
3-in Stuart........... 987 987 ........ 685 .....
3-out Stuart.......... 74 74 ........ 52 .......
4-Salerno............ 795 646 149 395 80
5-Hobe Sound........ 749 244 505 158 289
6-Palm City.......... 387 358 29 240 20
7-Port Mayaca....... 151 64 87 43 47
8-Indian Town...... 475 227 248 130 204
MONROE COUNTY..... 19,018 15,877 3,141 10,691 1,985
PRECINCTS
1-Key West......... 789 689 100 475 76
2-Key West......... 2,269 347 1,922 237 1,227
3-Key West.......... 980 980 ..... 716 .....
4-Key West.......... 1,468 1,142 326 833 202









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVI-DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Monroe County-Cont'd.
5-Key West.......... 1,647 1,602 45 1,133 28
6-Key West.......... 1,361 1,361 ........ 859
7-in Key West........ 1,740 1,705 35 1,202 19
*7-out Key West...... 6 6 .... 4......
S8- .................. 1,233 1,179 54 795 28
9-Upper and Lower
Metacumbe............ 954 953 1 636 1
10-Key Largo......... 1,245 726 519 503 291
.11-Casa Marina....... 394 362 32 257 28
12-Key West.......... 1,279 1,276 3 826 3
.12A-Key West......... 2,753 2,753 ........ 1,655
13-Marathon......... 318 275 43 204 31
14-Metacumbe........ 135 135 ........ 95.
15-Taverier.......... 447 386 61 261 51

NASSAU COUNTY...... 10,859 7,382 3,477 4,308 1,980
PRECINCTS
1-in Fernandina ...... 1,677 1,114 563 721 355
1--out Fernandina..... 240 165 75 106 47
2-in Fernandina..... 2,761 1,897 864 1,122 595
S2--out Fernandina..... 188 154 34 91 22
3-Chester............ 392 188 204 87 98
4-Chester............ 314 171 143 87 84
5--Yulee.............. 749 414 335 225 152
6--Evergreen.......... 147 49 98 31 38
7-King's Ferry........ 368 200 168 123 80
8-Lessie.............. 105 49 56 31 31
9-Boulogne........... 227 227 ........ 115 ....
10-Hilliard...... ...... 1,267 1,049 218 567 125
11-Callahan ........... 1,983 1,410 573 799 325
12- Kent.............. 102 102 ........ 50 ........
13-Bryceville.......... 183 137 46 69 28
14-Brandy Branch..... 156 156 ........ 84......

OKALOOSA COUNTY... 16,155 14,885 1,270 8,892 735
PrEcrpCTS
1-South Baker........ 792 649 143 346 71
2-North Baker........ 741 588 153 326 73
3-Beaver Creek....... 244 226 18 117 7
4-Old Walton......... 70 70 ........ 40 ........
5-in Laurel Hill....... 616 566 50 330 30
5-out Laurel Hill...... 334 284 50 166 30
6-Yellow River....... 200 200 ........ 105 ......
7-Blackman.......... 618 610 8 310 5
8-Milligan ........... 379 349 30 192 12
9-Holt ............. 749 716 33 398 16
10-Rock Creek........ 64 64 ........ 36 ....
11-Deerland........... 1,207 1,207 ........ 709 .....








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Okaloosa County-Cont'd.
12-Garden City........ 670 600 70 309 34
13-Dorcas............. 200 200 ........ 112 .....
14-Niceville ........... 2,085 2,074 11 1,256 10
15-in Crestview........ 1,564 1,114 450 732 304
15-out Crestview....... 197 197 ........ 131.
16-Mary Esther....... 265 265 ........ 205 .......
17-Wright............ 173 173 ........ 102.......
18-Franklin.. ........ 164 164 ........ 85.......
19-Garniers........... 303 303 ........ 222 .....
20-Brick.............. 164 77 87 46 40
21-Fort Walton........ 1,080 997 83 670 65
22-in New Valparaiso... 400 400 ........ 265.......
22-out New Valparaiso. 495 495 ........ 307.......
23- Destin............. 336 336 ........ 208 ......
24-in North Crestview.. 1,293 1,259 34 793 15
24-out North Crestview. 202 152 50 96 23
25- Suea ............... 350 350 ........ 173 .....
26--Central............ 200 200 ........ 105 .....

OKEECHOBEE COUNTY 2,919 2,380 539 1,356 369
PRECINCTS
1-Fort Drum......... 67 67 ........ 37.......
2-Bassenger .......... 135 135 ........ 63 ........
3- Potters ............ 90 90 .... .. 45 .......
4-in Okeechobee..... 823 708 115 419 80
4-out Okeechobee..... 420 405 15 239 10
5-Utopia............. 157 157 ........ 76 .......
6-Eagle Bay.......... 54 54 ........ 29......
7-in Okeechobee...... 612 612 ........ 358......
7-out Okeechobee .... 561 152 409 90 279

ORANGE COUNTY..... 86,782 66,950 19,832 47,175 12,941
PRECINCTS
11-Orlando ............ 3,169 3,168 1 2,303......
12-Orlando............ 3,672 3,333 339 2,675 216
12A-Orlando.......... 2,746 2,605 141 2,062 90
13-Orlando......... 2,287 2,284 3 1,751.....
13A-Orlando.......... 2,905 2,902 3 2,318 1
14-Orlando............ 2,388 2,388 ........ 1,851....
15-Orlando......... 2,362 2,362 ........ 1,785.
15A--Orlando.......... 2,537 2,525 12 1,855 12
16-Orlando........... 2,884 2,880 4 2,083 4
16A-Orlando.......... 2,706 .2,702 4 1,909 4
17-Orlando............ 4,061 3,204 857 2,498 581
18-Orlando........... 4,222 957 3,265 706 2,366
19--Orlando........... 4,230 1,368 2,862 1,034 2,113
20-Orlando......... 4,055 2,109 1,946 1,419 1,180
21-Orlando........... 5,881 1,402 4,479 903 2,884








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TABLE No. 5--(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Orange County-Cont'd.
22-Lake Mann........ 1,501 1,476 25 837 14
22A- ................. 2,312 2,200 112 1,414 75
23-Drennen .......... 1,550 1,547 3 998 2
24-Lake Underhill...... 1,814 1,802 12 1,179 10
25-East Winter Park... 979 974 5 787 4
25A-East Winter Park.. 777 775 2 600 2
26-in West Winter Park 2,556 1,724 832 1,248 498
26--out W. Winter Park. 873 873 ........ 630.......
26A-in West Winter
Park.................. 1,274 562 712 416 434
26A-out West Winter
Park................... 50 50 ........ 37
27-Maitland........... 666 565 101 405 68
28-Fairvilla........... 648 644 4 420 3
29-Lockhart........... 1,447 1,224 223 781 145
30-Clarcoma .......... 357 261 96 188 39
31-in Apopka......... 1,252 1,008 244 618 141
31-out Apopka......... 2,262 1,389 873 852 502
32-Bay Ridge.......... 120 100 20 60 10
33-Zellwood........... 1,521 868 653 533 360
34-Oakland........... 926 469 457 290 275
35--in Winter Garden... 3,010 2,352 658 1,407 392
35-out Winter Garden.. 1,461 1,073 388 641 232
36-in Ocoee.......... 610 610 371 .
36-out Ocoee......... 1,280 1,252 28 762 21
37-Orlo Vista.......... 628 607 21 363 10
38-Gotha............. 374 365 9 240 2
39-Windermere ........ 463 356 107 256 59
40-Vineland .......... 137 106 31 73 16
41-Pinecastle.......... 1,532 1,479 53 1,021 28
42-Taft. ............. 506 446 60 282 32
43-Conway........... 2,595 2,516 79 1,603 54
44-Union Park........ 614 610 4 415 4
45--Bithlo ............ 285 257 28 164 20
46-Christmas. .. .... ... 196 178 18 102 14
47-Barton Lake........ 101 43 58 30 24

OSCEOLA COUNTY..... 10,562 8,785 1,777 6,365 1,203
PRECINCTS
1-in Kissimmee....... 2,658 2,015 643 1,413 411
1-out Kissimmee...... 384 337 47 236 30
2--Shingle Creek....... 102 102 ........ 81 ......
3-Campbell Station.... 500 500 .. ...... 311........
4-in St. Cloud........ 1,202 1,196 6 952 2
4-out St. Cloud...... 422 412 10 327 3
6--Kenansville......... 198 180 18 113 14
7-in Kissimmee....... 1,352 1,099 253 772 163
7-out Kissimmee...... 572 476 96 335 62








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro


8-Narcoossee......... 232 94 138 62 86
9-Holopaw........... 810 338 472 179 360
10-Lake Wilson........ 85 85 ........ 46 .......
11-St. Cloud.......... 2,045 1,945 100 1,538 72

PALM BEACH COUNTY 112,311 66,844 45,467 47,851 28,730
PRECINCTS
1-Jupiter............ 892 663 229 446 142
2-in Kelsey City
(Lake Park)............ 537 487 50 315 27
2-out Kelsey City
(Lake Park)............ 260 110 150 70 80
3-in Riviera.......... 2,512 1,738 774 1,167 432
3-out Riviera.......... 241 36 205 27 115
4-in W. Palm Beach... 1,748 1,748 ........ 1,235 .......
4-out W. Palm Beach.. 203 166 37 117 34
5--West Palm Beach... 1,957 1,957 ........ 1,458.......
6-West Palm Beach... 1,845 1,845 ........ 1,332.......
7-in W. Palm Beach... 9,923 2,083 7,830 1,577 5,008
7-out W. Palm Beach.. 58 51 7 39 5
8-in W. Palm Beach... 6,126 1,386 4,740 1,118 3,501
8-out W. Palm Beach.. 35 35 ........ 29.......
9-West Palm Beach... 1,758 1,758 ........ 1,476.......
10-West Palm Beach... 2,238 2,277 11 1,793 7
11--West Palm Beach... 2,083 2,083 ........ 1,480.......
12-West Palm Beach... 1,215 1,215 ........ 958.......
13-West Palm Beach... 1,810 1,810 ........ 1,299.......
14-West Palm Beach... 1,066 1,066 ........ 815........
15-West Palm Beach... 2,165 2,165 .... 1,422.......
16-West Palm Beach... 2,202 2,202 1,655 ........
17-in W. Palm Beach... 2,446 2,434 12 1,619 4
17-out W. Palm Beach.. 152 150 2 100 2
18-out W. Palm Beach.. 1,977 1,977 ........ 1,414 ........
19--West Palm Beach... 3,596 3,538 58 2,918 56
20-Lake Worth........ 3,571 3,571 2........ 2,883 ...
21-In Lake Worth..... 2,216 2,216 ........ 1,613 ........
21-out Lake Worth..... 200 200 ........ 145 .......
22-Lake Worth........ 3,099 3,099 ........ 2,544 ........
23-in Lake Worth...... 1,729 1,479 250 1,029 156
23-out Lake Worth..... 538 538 ....... 373.......
24-in Lantana......... 505 505 .374 ........
24--out Lantana........ 447 382 65 283 56
25-in Boynton Beach... 2,001 1,172 829 769 462
25--out Boynton Beach.. 786 486 300 320 167
26-in Delray Beach..... 2,840 1,653 1,187 1,210 734
26-out Delray Beach... 1,466 1,466 ........ 1,072.......
28-in S. Delray Beach.. 1,950 1,350 600 933 414
28-out S. Delray Beach. 1,375 753 622 521 427
30--in Boca Raton...... 1,387 1,133 254 852 170








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro
Palm Beach Co.-Cont'd.
30-out Boca Raton.... 237 55 182 41 122
31-West Gate......... 1,747 1,746 1 1,044 1
32-Military Trail...... 1,299 1,249 50 701 32
33-Loxahatchee........ 300 150 150 82 82
35-in Canal Point...... 464 464 ........ 279 .
35-out Canal Point..... 3,499 299 3,200 164 2,517
36-in Pahokee......... 4,413 2,063 2,350 1,212 1,474
36-out Pahokee........ 5,861 463 5,398 273 3,373
37-Chosen ............. 3,044 1,344 1,700 716 991
38-in Belle Glade...... 4,800 1,773 3,027 1,074 1,661
38-out Belle Glade..... 6,996 356 6,640 216 3,645
39-South Bay .......... 3,152 604 2,548 321 1,546
40-Ritta............ 2,098 348 1,750 195 1,220
41-Shawano............ 107 23 84 13 54
42-in Green Acres...... 275 275 ........ 185 .....
42-out Green Acres..... 824 802 22 535 13
PASCO COUNTY........ 13,729 11,734 1,995 7,536 1,242
PRECINCTS
1-Slaughter.......... 82 82 ........ 52
2-Trilby............. 535 459 76 280 53
3-in Dade City....... 611 611 ........ 372......
3-out Dade City...... 587 587 ........ 356.......
4-Pasadena........... 514 500 14 326
5-Richland. ........... 370 300 7t 187 53
6-in Zephyrhills....... 848 756 92 517 50
6-out Zephyrhills..... 164 164 ........ 112 .......
7-Wesley Chapel...... 126 126 ........ 76
8-Ehren............. 375 340 35 223 25
9-Bay Head.......... 197 197 ........ 112
10-in San Antonia...... 513 414 99 257 63
10-out San Antonia.... 392 392 ........ 242.......
11- Pasco.............. 191 191 ........ 112 .......
.12-Greenfield.......... 129 120 9 71 6
13-Hudson............ 305 303 2 179 2
,14-Odessa............ 116 101 15 54 11
15-Elfers.............. 597 596 1 349 1
16-Crystal Springs..... 174 174 ........ 105
17-in New Port Richey. 923 922 1 719 1
17-out New Port Richey 255 255 ........ 199
18-Myrtle............. 229 209 20 148 11
19-in Dade City....... 1,016 517 499 339 321
19-out Dade City...... 279 279 ........ 183 ......
20-Blanton............ 142 124 18 83 5
:21-Lacoochee......... 1,508 1,159 349 641 217
22-in Zephyrhills....... 391 389 2 268 2
22-out Zephyrhills.... 450 444 6 306 6
23-in Port Richey...... 219 219 ...171 .......
23-out Port Richey..... 75 24 51 18 30
24-in Dade City....... 1,062 515 547 316 332
24-out Dade City...... 354 265 89 163 53








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

PINELLAS COUNTY.... 130,268 114,162 16,106 89,134 10,579
PRECINCTS
1-St. Petersburg...... 1,490 1,490 ...... 1,357.......
2-St. Petersburg........ 1,995 1,991 4 1,881 4
3-St. Petersburg...... 1,931 1,931 ........ 1,877.......
4-St. Petersburg...... 1,106 1,106 ........ 1,046 .......
5-St. Petersburg....... 1,665 1,662 3 1,517 3
6-St. Petersburg...... 2,645 2,645 ...... 2,532 ........
7-St. Petersburg...... 2,854 1,352 1,502 1,106 1,036
8-St. Petersburg...... 1,721 1,721 ........ 1,409 ........
9-St. Petersburg...... 1,606 1,606 ........ 1,207.......
10-St. Petersburg...... 1,504 1,504 ........ 1,191 ........
11-St. Petersburg...... 2,481 2,480 1 2,080 1
12-St. Petersburg........ 1,180 1,179 1 974 1
13-St. Petersburg...... 1,660 1,656 4 1,347 4
14-St. Petersburg...... 1,771 1,769 2 1,548 2
15-St. Petersburg ..... 2 ,250 2,249 1 1,832 1
16-St. Petersburg...... 2,202 2,202 ........ 1,700 .....
17-in St. Petersburg.... 295 295 ........ 208 ........
17-in Pinellas Park...... 295 295 ........ 208.......
17-out Pinellas Park.... 1,417 1,417 ....... 1,009 .....
18-in St. Petersburg.... 1,585 1,585 ........ 1,083 .....
18-out St. Petersburg... 38 38 ........ 26 .......
19-St. Petersburg...... 1,108 1,107 1 850 1
20-St. Petersburg..... 1,264 1,264 ........ 986 .....
21-in Pinellas Park..... 949 949 .... 624.......
21-out Pinellas Park... 174 162 12 106 3
21A-Largo and Hi
Point............ ..... 294 294 ........ 205 ..
22-in St. Petersburg.. .. 317 317 ........ 234 .....
22-out St. Petersburg... 39 39 ........ 28 .......
23-St. Petersburg...... 2,495 2,495 ........ 2,314 .....
24--St. Petersburg....... 1,859 1,859 1,510 ..
25-St. Petersburg...... 1,212 1,084 128 1,012 95
26-St. Petersburg...... 2,999 2,850 149 2,519 108
27-St. Petersburg...... 3,052 3,052. 2,467....
28-St. Petersburg. .... 1,927 1,927 ........1,553......
29-St. Petersburg...... 609 609 ........ 452......
30-St. Petersburg...... 2,339 2,339 .1,776 ...
31-St. Petersburg...... 5,278 798 4,480 602 3,013
32-St. Petersburg...... 3,026 1,404 1,622 1,191 1,124
32A-St. Petersburg..... 1,915 1,793 122 1,357 78
33-St. Petersburg....... 3,785 795 2,990 586 1,819
34-St. Petersburg ...... 1,371 1,371 ........ 965.....
35-St. Petersburg...... 1,403 1,403 .... 1,003 ....
36-St. Petersburg ...... 2,260 2,260 .1,614 .....
37-Gulf Port.......... 2,443 2,442 1 1,760 1
38-in Pass-a-Grille and
St. Petersburg Beach.... 1,350 1,331 19 1,027 19
38-out Pass-a-Grille and
St. Petersburg Beach.... 458 441 17 340 17









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Pinellas County-Cont'd.
39-St. Petersburg...... 2,045 2,045 .. ...... 1,661
39A-St. Petersburg.... 2,665 2,236 429 1,724 264
40-St. Petersburg...... 1,850 1,848 2 1,470 2
41-St. Petersburg...... 2,617 2,617 ........ 1,864....
42--St. Petersburg...... 2,635 2,606 29 1,988 19
43-St. Petersburg...... 1,282 1,282 ....... 954 ....
44-St. Petersburg...... 1,180 1,180 ........ 820 .....
45-in St Petersburg and
Pinellas Park .......... 749 749 ........ 539 .......
45-out St. Petersburg
and Pinellas Park ..... 652 652 ....... 468
46--out Seminole....... 491 476 15 390 8
47-in Boca Ciega....... 101 101 ........ 79 .....
47-St. Petersburg ... 56 56 47 .......
47-Sunshine ........... 475 473 2 370 2
47-Treasure Island. .... 13 13 ........ 10
47-Reddington ......... 201 197 4 154 4
47-out Reddington.... 1,453 1,450 3 1,141 3
48-in Largo........... 514 469 45 324 23
48-out Largo.......... 696 683 13 470 7
49-Largo.............. 522 462 60 309 35
50-Largo.............. 1,232 1,202 30 846 26
51-Largo.............. 997 798 199 545 112
51A-Bellair............ 2,223 2,146 77 1,437 52
52-in Clearwater....... 942 901 41 548 26
52-out Clearwater:... 246 194 52 118 34
53-in Clearwater...... 857 857 ........ 604
53-out Clearwater...... 183 178 5 125 2
54-in Clearwater....... 2,045 1,992 53 1,668 52
55-in Clearwater....... 1,613 925 688 663 413
55-out Clearwater...... 6 6 ........ 4
56-in Clearwater....... 918 913 5 679
56-out Clearwater..... 28 16 12 12 11
57-Clearwater ......... 1,741 1,122 619 838 395
57A-Clearwater........ 2,563 1,451 1,112 1,056 732
58-Clearwater ........ 1,440 1,183 257 977 206
58A-Clearwater........ 2,124 2,119 5 1,693 5
59--Clearwater ......... 158 158 ........ 112 .....
60-in Clearwater....... 768 768 ....... 544
60-out Clearwater...... 377 350 27 249 14
61-Clearwater ......... 1,496 1,493 3 1,162 3
62-in Dunedin......... 1,144 930 214 675 144
62--out Dunedin......... 451 451 ....... 324
63-in Dunedin......... 1,023 882 141 641 76
63-out Dunedin......... 332 244 88 179 48
64-Oldsmar ........... 387 347 40 259 26
65-Palm Harbor and
Ozona ...... .......... 594 594 ........ 385 .....
66-out Tarpon Springs. 727 727 ........ 440 .....
67-out Tarpon Springs.. 384 382 "2 237 2








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Pinellas County-Cont'd.
68-in Tarpon Springs... 626 626 ........ 443.......
68-out Tarpon Springs.. 41 40 1 28 1
69--in Tarpon Springs... 1,131 669 462 462 298
69-out Tarpon Springs.. 50 50 35
70-in Tarpon Springs... 1,440 1,157 283 799 192
70-out Tarpon Springs.. 71 71 .49.......
71-in Tarpon Springs... 1,530 1,512 18 1,024 8
71--out Tarpon Springs.. 401 401 ....... 273.......

POLK COUNTY......... 112,429 87,435 24,994 55,770 15,465
PRECINCTS
1-Brewster........... 966 569 397 349 237
2-in Fort Meade...... 2,063 1,535 528 944 295
2-out Fort Meade..... 1,257 1,185 72 729 40
3--North Bartow...... 5,565 3,416 2,149 2,144 1,343
4-Medulla............ 1,452 1,304 148 781 72
5-Kathleen........... 2,329 2,327 2 1,309 2
6-in Auburndale...... 3,018 2,724 294 1,600 175
6--out Auburndale.... 1,718 1,497 221 877 131
7-Green Pond........ 115 81 34 52 16
8-Rockledge.......... 78 78 ........ 48.
9-in Bradley Junction. 24 ........ 24 ........ 15
9-out Bradley Junction 397 247 150 156 92
10-Southeast Lakeland.. 10,584 10,354 230 7,617 131
11-Haskell ........... 1,191 1,148 43 697 27
12-Winter Haven...... 3,974 3,951 23 2,680 23
13-Alturas........... 912 866 46 471 32
14-in Frostproof...... 1,987, 1,908 79 1,132 51
14-out Frostproof.... 1,302 1,002 300 594 198
15-Haines City........ 5,563 3,843 1,720 2,456 1,050
16-Homeland ......... 708 532 176 333 94
17-Willow Oak........ 257 246 11 147 4
18-in Mulberry........ 2,123 1,491 632 944 406
18--out Mulberry...... 940 619 321 391 205
19-Lake Wales........ 2,123 1,940 183 1,327 95
20-in Polk City........ 186 177 9 102 6
20-out Polk City....... 641 515 126 297 92
21-Winter Haven...... 5,084 2,942 2,142 1,977 1,229
22-Loughman......... 371 221 150 121 86
23-Carpenter's Home... 328 328 ........ 300
24-Tilghman ......... 285 279 6 150 5
25--Southwest Lakeland. 7,968 7,042 926 4,657 614
26-in Davenport...... 637 474 163 283 101
26--out Davenport.... 314 314 ........ 188
27-Nichols .......... 794 559 235 294 137
28-Lake Wales......... 3,819 3,483 336 2,113 217
29-in Lake Alfred...... 1,035 737 298 429 180
29-out Lake Alfred..... 828 596 232 347 139
30-in Eagle Lake....... 886 886 ........ 470 .....








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Polk County-Continued
30-out Eagle Lake..... 1,748 1,736 12 922 9
31-in Lake Hamilton... 347 347 ...... 241
31-out Lake Hamilton.. 299 170 129 118 71
32-Lake Star.......... 4,518 1,693 2,825 934 1,790
33-in Dundee.......... 433 433 ........ 268
33-out Dundee........ 506 342 164 180 104
35-Pierce .......... 1,203 626 577 386 322
36-Northwest Lakeland. 12,205 6,575 5,630 4,015 3,677
37-Northeast Lakeland. 6,316 5,997 319 3,960 204
38-South Bartow....... 4,917 3,338 1,579 2,193 947
39-Lake Garfield....... 670 439 231 229 137
40--Babson Park....... 681 574 107 373 57
41-Winter Haven...... 4,300 3,523 777 2,307 463
42-Agricola............ 464 226 238 138 144

PUTNAM COUNTY..... 17,837 10,916 6,921 6,843 4,118
PRECINCTS
1-in Crescent City.... 1,102 706 396 481 226
1-out Crescent City.. 833 393 440 267 252
2-Georgetown. ....... 284 195 89 105 42
3-in North Palatka.... 220 173 47 99 30
3-out North Palatka... 388 245 143 141 90
4-in Welaka.......... 454 255 199 166 120
4-out Welaka......... 74 24 50 15 30
5-in Palatka.......... 2,078 92 1,986 49 1,231
5--out Palatka....... 269 113 156 61 97
6-in Pomona......... 306 220 86 152 45
6-out Pomona........ 106 45 61 27 32
7--Satsuma........... 201 133 68 74 35
8--San Mateo......... 561 360 201 226 129
9-East Palatka....... 1,368 617 751 386 424
10-Federal Point....... 346 158 188 107 101
11-Palatka............ 916 805 111 497 66
12-Palatka............ 707 677 30 456 14
13-Palatka............ 417 417 ........ 304 .
14-Palatka........... 933 803 130 541 94
15-Palatka........... 1,296 778 518 478 337
16-in Interlachen..... 134 78 56 55 43
16-out Interlachen.... 262 226 36 158 28
17--Johnson............ 776 241 535 150 273
18-Melrose............ 427 324 103 227 61
19-Grandin............ 295 156 139 96 60
20-Bardin..... .... 325 324 1 156 1
21-Bostwick........... 531 438 93 233 61
22-Francis............ 317 265 52 143 32
23-Penial............. 442 442 ....... 261
24-Hollister........... 170 136 34 45 21
25-Florahome......... 344 230 114 125 78








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro
Putnam County-Cont'd.
26-Lake Como......... 112, 110 2 88 1
27-in Brant's Skating
Rink .................. 266 263 3 155 2
27-out Brant's Skating
Rink ................. 577 474 103 281 62

ST. JOHNS COUNTY.... 21,596 14,616 6,980 9,387 4,239
PRECINCTS
1-Palm Valley....... 561 406 155 268 113
2-Sampson........... 145 145 ........ 83 ......
3-Fruit Cone......... 284 203 81 138 67
4-Trout Creek........ 305 182 123 116 69
5-Bakerville.......... 575 335 240 210 124
6-in St. Augustine..... 1,041 491 550 279 328
6--out St. Augustine... 1,065 473 592 270 353
7-in St. Augustine..... 1,397 1,289 108 771 57
7-out St. Augustine... 1,124 398 726 238 399
8-Elkton............. 1,006 456 550 283 294
9-Moultrie ........... 454 279 175 152 84
10--in Hastings......... 1,167 768 399 511 232
10-out Hastings......... 833 53 780 35 455
11-Matanzas .......... 34 34 ........ 25 .....
12-St. Augustine....... 810 765 45 556 32
13-in St. Augustine..... 1,175 1,072 103 569 20
13-out St. Augustine... 464 464 ........ 246 .......
14-in St. Augustine..... 400 400 ........ 233.......
14-out St. Augustine... 425 414 11 241 6
15--St. Augustine....... 889 729 160 501 116
16-St. Augustine....... 1,306 1,182 124 794 91
17-St. Augustine....... 1,036 1,000 36 702 25
18-St. Augustine....... 512 472 40 343 34
19-St. Augustine...... 2,647 665 1,982 444 1,340
20--St. Augustine....... 801 801 ........ 557 .....
21-St. Augustine....... 395 395 ........ 322 ....
22-Anastasia .......... 745 745 ........ 500 .....

ST LUCIE COUNTY.... 12,958 8,234 4,724 5,327 2,648
PRECINCTS
1-Indrio........... 300 236 64 152 37
2-in Fort Pierce....... 2,641 946 1,695 668 1,018
2-out Fort Pierce..... 109 109 ....... 77.......
3-Walton............ 146 138 8 113 4
4-St. Lucie........... 305 305 ........ 193 .....
5-White City......... 737 664 73 453 49
6-in Fort Pierce....... 1,436 1,436 ........ 988 .....
6-out Fort Pierce..... 34 34 ........ 22.......
7-in Fort Pierce....... 1,910 1,910 ........ 1,174 .......
7-out Fort Pierce..... 696 692 4 426 4
8-in Fort Pierce....... 3,495 967 2,528 597 1,344
8-out Fort Pierce..... 617 521 96 322 51
9-Bluefield ........... 532 276 256 142 141








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

SANTA ROSA COUNTY. 16,986 15,473 1,513 8,490 911
PRECINCTS
1-in South Milton..... 1,790 1,609 181 1,035 111
1-out South Milton ... 319 119 200 75 124
2-Wallace............ 925 756 169 376 103
3-Coon Hill.......... 667 667 ........ 300....
4-South Jay ......... 1,202 1,202 ........ 635 .......
5-Milligan Old Mill... 450 450 ........ 225.......
6-Red Rock.......... 155 155 ........ 77
7-Kennedy........... 339 319 20 166 12
8-in North Milton.... 1,368 1,232 136 766 78
8-out North Milton... 1,375 1,206 169 749 95
9-Munson ......... .. 379 379 ........ 195 .....
10-Holley .. ........ 403 403 ........ 203
11-Water Works....... 922 649 273 365 158
12- Colley............. 47 47 ........ 22 ..
13-Allentown ......... 783 783 ...... 397
14-Fleming............ 345 330 15 159 6
15- Sullivan............ 145 145 .... 70
16-Bagdad ............ 1,484 1,188 296 689 181
17-Robinson........... 1,097 1,076 21 524 20
18-Harold............. 198 177 21 95 12
19--North Jay.......... 600 600 ........ 314 .......
20- Pace............... 1,300 1,300 ..... 677
21-Mulat .............. 139 131 8 85 8
22-Town Point........ 104 100 4 63 3
23- Boutwell........... 450 450 ........ 228 .......

SARASOTA COUNTY.... 19,202 14,975 4,227 10,599 2,779
PRECINCTS
1-in North Sarasota.. 4,714 3,240 1,474 2,327 1,068
1-out North Sarasota.. 56 56 ........ 40.......
2-in Fruitville
Sarasota ............... 243 243 ........ 147 .....
2-out Fruitville
(Sarasota).............. 814 682 132 414 86
3-in South Sarasota. 2,661 2,631 30 2,051 21
3-out South Sarasota.. 16 16 .. .. .... 13 .
4-Bee Ridge........ 780 681 99 426 57
5-Miakka ........... 92 92 ........ 59 .....
6- Osprey............. 319 319 ........ 199
7-Nokomis and Laurel. 676 571 105 402 81
8-in Venice............ 849 785 64 562 47
8-out Venice......... 232 210 22 147 15
9-Englewood......... 327 327 ........ 243 .
10-in Sarasota....... 4,017 1,741 2,276 1,238 1,380
10-out Sarasota........ 37 37 ...27 .......
11-in Sarasota......... 2,222 2,212 10 1,524 10
11-out Sarasota........ 1,147 1,132 15 780 14








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

SEMINOLE COUNTY... 24,560 12,806 11,754 8,686 7,122
PRECINCTS
1-in West Sanford.... 6,444 3,124 3,320 2,182 1,957
1-out West Sanford.... 850 232 618 162 392
2-in Lake Monroe..... 47 30 17 19 9
2-out Lake Monroe.... 1,019 713 306 461 153
3-in East Sanford... 6,053 3,144 2,909 2,141 1,798
3-out East Sanford.... 3,552 1,361 2,191 925 1,367
4-Paola. ... ........ 520 439 81 261 53
5-in Oviedo......... 1,119 543 576 371 337
5-out Oviedo........ 679 124 555 82 331
6-Geneva............ 493 308 185 192 104
7- Chuluota......... 213 180 33 115 27
8-Gabriella........... 391 295 96 191 56
9-in Longwood....... 469 436 33 295 21
9-out Longwood...... 260 245 15 165 10
10-Lake Mary ......... 572 543 29 367 27
11-in Altamonte Spgs... 574 258 316 189 198
11-out Altamonte Spgs.. 381 119 262 89 163
12-Forest City.......... 259 189 70 123 39
13-Slavia............. 163 92 71 52 38
14-Fern Park.......... 396 329 67 231 39
16-Bear Lake.......... 106 102 4 73 3
SUMTER COUNTY..... 10,417 7,544 2,873 4,598 1,590
PRECINCTS
1-Sumterville ........ 235 210 25 130 18
2-Oxford............. 1,224 841 383 528 174
3-in Wildwood....... 2,025 1,494 531 897 310
3-out Wildwood...... 559 281 278 169 163
4-Rutland............ 132 105 27 56 7
5-Bay Hill.......... 311 308 3 175 3
6-in Webster......... 1,197 653 544 382 300
6-out Webster....... 581 507 74 293 41
7--in Center Hill...... 473 342 131 219 82
7-out Center Hill..... 378 312 66 198 40
8-in Bushnell.......... .509 473 36 306 18
8-out Bushnell........ 866 586 280 365 140
9-St. Catherine..... 190 126 64 83 45
10-Linden ............. 639 639 ........ 365 .
11-in Coleman.......... 882 483 399 305 234
11--out Coleman........ 53 53 ........ 33.
12-Panasoffkee ........ 151 119 32 88 15
13-Compressco ......... 12 12 ...... .. 6..
SUWANNEE COUNTY.. 17,602 11,774 5,828 6,701 3,166
PRECINCTS
1--in Live Oak........ 2,200 1,413 787 933 477
1-out Live Oak..... 727 350 377 231 228
2-in Live Oak'........ 1,655 1,139 516 653 301
2-out Live Oak....... 1,103 453 650 265 378








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Suwannee County-Cont'd.
3-Pine Grove......... 732 485 247 272 98
4-Suwannee.......... 577 277 300 170 135
5-Falmouth.......... 787 452 335 239 178
6-Orange............ 280 268 12 147 6
7-Rocky Sink......... 668 502 166 273 93
8-Dowling Park....... 490 440 50 228 30
9-Clayland. .......... 710 555 155 302 70
10-Nebo .............. 426 323 103 171 57
11--Luraville. .......... 413 324 89 168 40
12-Kirkland........... 575 409 166 203 77
13-Padlock............ 700 277 423 156 188
14-Wellborn........... 1,064 685 379 394 220
15-McAlpin .......... 693 493 200 278 91
16-Leona............. 651 580 71 298 35
17-O'Brien............ 814 600 214 348 123
18-Hickory Sink....... 296 277 19 158 10
19-in Branford......... 882 512 370 287 228
19-out Branford....... 734 560 174 313 88
20-Hildreth........... 425 400 25 214 15

TAYLOR COUNTY...... 10,738 7,421 3,317 4,335 2,063
PRECINCTS
1-in Perry............ 1,183 877 306 529 199
1-out Perry.......... 1,155 993 162 564 103
2-McMullen.......... 179 179 .... 85
3-Pleasant Hill ....... 144 134 10 75 7
4-Salem .............. 223 209 14 105 14
5--Stevensville ........ 267 267 ........ 146
6-Lake Bird.......... 447 398 49 227 31
7-Pleasant Grove..... 209 209 ........ 119.......
8-Waylonzo. ......... 65 65 ........ 46 ........
9-Cabbage Grove.... 206 206 ........ 109
10-Fenholloway....... 1,493 878 615 519 370
11-Spring Warrior...... 409 310 99 156 44
12-Carbur........... 84 53 31 28 22
13-in Perry........... 2,334 1,156 1,178 712 739
13--out Perry.......... 2,340 1,487 853 915 534

UNION COUNTY........ 6,051 4,330 1,721 2,303 1,137
PRECINCTS
1-in Lake Butler...... 1,005 755 250 416 139
1-out Lake Butler..... 1,018 855 163 472 91
2-Raiford............ 2,391 1,526 865 1,002 685
3-Worthington Springs 823 591 232 301 105
4-Providence......... 609 418 191 209 105
5-Palestine........... 205 185 20 103 12








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

VOLUSIA COUNTY..... 58,492 43,357 15,135 30,191 8,937
PRECINCTS
1-Enterprise.......... 693 543 150 263 89
2-in Orange City...... 500 400 100 303 57
2-out Orange City.... 296 249 47 187 28
3-in De Land......... 969 969 ........ 737....
3-out DeLand........ 157 157 ...... 121
3A-in DeLand........ 1,617 1,230 387 892 262
3A-out DeLand....... 712 694 18 440 12
3B--in DeLand........ 1,256 1,026 230 671 165
3B--out DeLand..... 415 415 ...... 272
3C-in DeLand....... 2,226 898 1,328 637 845
3C--out DeLand...... 668 182 486 129 309
3D-in DeLand........ 1,177 1,169 8 773 5
3D--out DeLand..... 284 270 14 179 11
4-in De Leon Springs.. 168 168 ........ 105
4-out De Leon Springs. 897 593 304 371 181
5-Emporia.......... 536 420 116 227 81
6-Sevlle............. 1,043 815 228 464 128
7-in Ormond......... 1,721 1,000 721 697 430
7-out Ormond........ 384 354 30 246 18
8-Daytona........... 904 904 ........ 646..
8A-Daytona.......... 1,387 1,387 1,147 ..
8B-Daytona......... 2,600 2,600 ........ 1,876 ..
8C--in Daytona...... 3,634 2,017 1,617 1,361 399
8C--out Daytona..... 250 250 ........ 166
8D-Daytona........ 5,342 1,182 4,160 788 2,709
8E-Daytona ......... 2,131 1,674 457 1,174 321
8F-in Daytona..... 2,076 569 1,507 374 919
8F--out Daytona...... 723 629 94 413 61
9-in Port Orange...... 1,048 1,048 ........ 705
9-out Port Orange.... 576 524 52 347 36
10--New Smyrna....... 999 999 ........ 747
10A--New Smyrna...... 1,032 974 58 683 44
10B--New Smyrna..... 2,151 701 1,450 448 901
10C-in New Smyrna.... 249 249 ........ 167 ........
100-out New Smyrna... 23 22 1 15 1
11-Oak Hill........... 956 534 422 313 221
13-Glencoe........... 255 255 ........ 166 .
14-in Lake Helen...... 732 450 282 338 166
14-out Lake Helen..... 231 231 ........ 172
15-Clifton............ 238 202 36 119 23
16-Beresford .......... 824 735 89 463 58
17-Osteen ............ 569 331 238 214 150
18-in Holly Hill........ 2,105 2,099 6 1,403 4
18-out Holly Hill..... 852 768 84 506 46
19-in Pierson.......... 650 450 200 271 121
19-out Pierson........ 346 346 ........ 209 ...
20-Seabreeze......... 1,595 1,595 ........1,230......
20A-Seabreeze........ 2,015 2,015 ........ 1,592......









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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
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BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945

Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Volusia County-Continued
21-in Daytona Beach... 2,048 2,047 1 1,537 1
21-out Daytona Beach.. 284 284 ........ 218.......
21A--in Daytona Beach.. 1,579 1,579 ........ 1,183.......
21A-out Daytona Beach 149 149 ........ 111.......
22-Samsula ........... 313 248 65 154 40
23-in Coronado Beach.. 621 621 ........ 448
23-out Coronado Beach. 137 123 14 89 7
24-in Edgewater ...... 601 601 ........ 431 .....
24-out Edgewater..... 22 22 ........ 16
25-Mission City....... 526 391 135 237 88

WAKULLA COUNTY.... 5,059 3,421 1,638 1,915 873
PRECINCTS
1-Wakulla........... 294 139 155 101 80
2-Crawfordville...... 685 413 272 248 154
3-Sopchoppy......... 1,264 912 352 507 193
4-Smith Creek........ 100 100 ........ 55.....
5-St. Marks........... 269 262 7 153 6
6-Medart (Pigott)..... 543 455 88 226 49
7-Ivan............... 391 247 144 118 77
8-Arran.............. 272 188 84 103 35
9-Newport........... 197 100 97 65 46
10-Vereen............. 86 19 67 11 38
11-River Sink........... 140 74 66 46 37
13-Panacea........... 312 308 4 174 3
14-Spring Creek....... 506 204 302 108 155

WALTON COUNTY..... 13,871 11,875 1,996 6,625 1,124
PRECINCTS
1-Knox Hill.......... 209 109 100 56 49
2-Euchee-Anna...... 567 496 71 259 34
3-Glendale ........... 550 550 ........ 305 .....
4-Darlington ........ 390 390 .... ..... 206....
5-Paxton............ 900 741 159 391 94
6- Stella. .............. 241 241 ........ 126 ......
7-Argyle............ 464 334 130 206 64
8-Alaua..... ....... 267 267 ........ 139.
9- Gasin........... 536 536 ........ 286 .......
10-Portland........... 280 280 ........ 124
11-Freeport.......... 958 877 81 468 40
12-Red Bay.......... 361 211 150 124 80
13- Bruce... ......... 127 127 ........ 68 .....
14-in East DeFuniak
Springs.. 1,145 570 575 354 347
14-out East DeFuniak
Springs........ ....... 712 448 264 279 158
15-Point Washington... 209 208 1 115 1
16-Mossy Head....... 195 191 4 110 3








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TABLE No. 5-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY MINOR CIVIL DIVISIONS,
BY RACE AND VOTING AGE

1945 Voting Age 1945
Minor Civil Divisions
Total White Negro White Negro

Walton County-Continued
17- Ealum ............. 331 331 ........ 161 .....
18-Santa Rosa......... 221 221 ........ 130 .......
19-Sandy Creek......... 306 306 ........ 173 .......
20-in West DeFuniak
Springs................ 1,279 1,242 37 819 22
20-out West DeFuniak
Springs................ 476 331 145 219 84
21-Caney Creek....... 292 292 ........ 155 .
22-New Knox Hill..... 506 287 219 141 107
23-in West End
DeFuniak.............. 200 200 ........ 116.
23-out West End,
DeFuniak.............. 631 621 10 362 2
24-Upper Alaqua...... 442 411 31 215 29
25-Children's Home.... 392 392 ........ 192.......
26-Limestone.......... 124 124 ........ 51....
27-Clear Springs....... 353 353 ........ 193
28-Ponce de Leon...... 207 188 19 82 10

WASHINGTON COUNTY 11,889 9,842 2,047 5,329 1,025
PRECINCTS
1-in Vernon.......... 551 504 47 268 24
1--out Vernon......... 930 742 188 395 97
2-Davis Mill......... 276 261 15 144 8
3-in Careyville........ 418 307 111 161 55
3--out Careyville...... 490 255 235 134 117
4-Wausau............ 818 782 36 401 16
5-Hinson Cross Roads. 336 336 ........ 181
'6-Duncan.... ........ 526 454 72 207 27
7-in South Chipley.... 759 759 .. ... 456
7-out South Chipley... 449 405 44 244 22
8-Millers Ferry....... 524 289 235 148 121
9-Ebro .............. 289 96 193 57 95
10-Alma............... 662 531 131 301 62
11--Poplar Head........ 536 536 ........ 254
12-Green Head ........ 181 152 29 81 12
13-in North Chipley.... 435 435 ........ 239 ..
13-out North Chipley... 541 536 5 294 3
14-Mattox Springs.... 139 139 ........ 74 ..
15--Panama ........... 315 309 6 169 2
16-Midway ........... 207 207 ........ 98 .......
17-Gap Pond......... 76 76 ..39 ....
19-in Southeast Chipley 477 342 135 206 67
19-out Southeast
Chipley................ 591 451 140 245 69
20-in Northeast Chipley 573 225 348 137 194
20-out Northeast
Chipley................ 416 395 21 231 12
21-Brackins........... 179 179 ........ 93 ...
22-Bradford. ......... 195 139 56 72 22










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TABLE 6
POPULATION STATE SENATORIAL DISTRICTS BY RACES AND VOTING AGE
(AFTER REDISTRICTING IN 1945)

POPULATION VOTING AGE
Number of Districts and
Counties Comprising Same
Total White Negro White Negro
District
1. Santa Rosa and Okaloosa................ 33,141 30,358 2,783 17,382 1,646
2. Escambia.............................. 105,262 83,592 21,670 55,737 13,897
3. WaltonandHolmes..................... 28,498 25,854 2,644 13,932 2,496
4. Jackson ........................... 3,509 22,872 11,637 12,699 5,930
5. Liberty, Franklin and Wakulla........... 16,278 12,079 4,199 7,111 2,440
6. Gadsden............................... 30,992 14,180 16,819 10,005 9,433
7. Polk.................................. 112,429 87,392 25,037 55,770 15,465
8. Leon.................................. 35,451 19,118 16,333 12,490 8,909
9. Hernando and Citrus................... 11,099 7,844 3,255 4,960 1,903
10. Madison and Taylor ................. 26,275 15,355 10920 8,920 5,960
11. Pinellas............................... 130,268 114,162 16,106 89,134 10,579
12. Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie....... 28,131 19,119 9,012 12,341 5,367
13. Dade............................ 315,138 261,233 53,905 192,072 34,919
14. Columbia.............................. 17,139 10,966 6,173 6,648 3,469
15. Bradford and Union ................... 16,781 12,253 4,528 6,853 2,577
16. Nassau................................. 10,859 7,382 3,477 4,308 1,980
17. Hamilton, Lafayette and Suwannee........ 30,328 20,432 9,896 11,374 5,375
18. Duval............................... 273,843 198,620 75,223 131,562 50,273
19. Orange............................... 86,782 66,950 19,832 47,175 12,941
20. Marion........................... 35,132 19,045 16,087 12,014 9,397
21. Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy............... 18,294 12,764 5,530 7,207 3,392
22. Jefferson .......................... 11,066 3,964 7,102 2,473 3,670
23. Lake.................................. 27,46 20,463 7,483 13,67 4,518
24. Monroe, Lee, Collier and Hendry.......... 52,634 42,343 10,291 27,817 6,812
25. Bay, Calhoun, Gulf and Washington....... 70,312 58,507 11,765 38,258 6,672
26. Putnam................................ 17,837 10,916 6,921 6,843 4,118
27. De Soto, Glades, Hardee and Highlands.... 33,940 28,495 5,445 17,863 3,278
28. Volusia................................ 58,492 43,357 15,135 30,191 8,937
29. Clay and Baker..................... 16,364 13,268 3,096 7,790 1,754
30. Broward............................ 50,442 36,430 14,012 26,531 8,070
31. St. Johns and Flagler.................. 24,248 15,882 8,366 10,232 5,030
32. Alachua............................... 38,245 23,785 14,460 15,224 8,390
33. Okeechobee and Osceola.................. 13,481 11,165 2,316 7,721 1,572
34. Hillborough.......................... 207,844 173,833 34,011 115,924 22,992
35. PalmBeach............................ 112,311 66,844 45,467 47,851 28,730
36. Charlotte, Manatee and Sarasota............. 50,225 38,584 11,641 26,560 7,141
37. Seminole and Brevard................ 43,899 26,586 17,313 18,278 10,548
38. Pasco and Sumter.................... 24,146 19,278 4,868 12,134 2,832











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TABLE 7
POPULATION CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS BY RACES AND VOTING AGE


POPULATION VOTING AGE
Number of Districts and
Counties Comprising SameNegro White
Total White Negro White Negro


First District
Hardee..................................
Hernando.................................
Highlands.................................
Hillsborough...............................
Manatee................. ................
Pasco....................................
Pinellas..................................
Polk...................................
Sarasota ................................
Total.............................
Second District
Alachua ..................................
Baker................. ...................
Bradford..................................
Clay..................................
Columbia.......... ...............
Dixie. ........... ......................
Duval ..................................
Gilchrist.................................
Hamilton ................................
Lafayette ................................
NLevy ....................................
M adison....................................
Nassau ............. ....................
Suwannee.................................
Taylor................... ... ............
Union........ ............................
Total............................
Third District
B ay.......................................
Calhoun .................................
Escambia..................................
Franklin. .............................
Gadden......... ....................
Gulf. ...................................
Holmes ..................................
Jackson....................................
Jefferson....................................
Leon ........ ............................
Liberty..................................
Okaloea ..................................
Santa Rosa................................
Wakulla.................................
Walton ..................................
Washington..............................
Total........................ .....
Fourth District
Collier...................................
Dade.....................................
Monroe ...................................


8,585
5,672
16,220
207,844
26,803
13,729
130,268
112,429
19,202


7,994
4,098
13,335
173,833
20,025
11,734
114,162
87,392
14,975


591
1,574
2,85
34,011
6,778
1,995
16,106
25,037
4,227


4,889
2,669
8,793
115,924
13,493
7,536
89 134
55,770
10,599


338
879
1,694
22,992
3,931
1,242
10,579
15,465
2,779


540,752 447,548 93,204 308,807 59,899

38,245 23,785 14,460 15,224 8,390
6,326 4,955 1,371 2,484 684
10,730 7,923 2,807 4,350 1,440
10,038 8,313 1,725 5,306 1,070
17,139 10,966 6,173 6,648 3,469
4,926 3,466 1,460 1,857 956
273,843 198,620 75,223 131,562 50,273
3,466 2,969 497 1,564 306
8,731 5,103 3,628 2,792 1,928
3,995 3,555 440 1,881 281
9,902 6,329 3,573 3,786 2,130
15,537 7,934 7,603 4,585 3,897
10,859 7,382 3,477 4,308 1,980
17,602 11,774 5,828 6,701 3,166
10,738 7,421 3 317 4,335 2,063
6,051 4,330 1,721 2,503 1,137
448,128 314,825 133,303 199,886 83,170

43,188 36,487 6,701 21,322 3,930
8,225 7,140 1 085 3,721 581
105,262 83,592 21,670 55,737 13,897
8,026 6,119 1,907 3,793 1,209
30,992 14,180 16,812 10 005 9,433
7,010 5,078 1,932 2,886 1,136
14,627 13,979 648 7,307 372
34,509 22,872 11,637 12,699 5,930
11,066 3,964 7,102 2,473 3,670
35,451 19,118 16,333 12,490 8,909
3,193 2,539 654 1,403 358
16,155 14,885 1,270 8,892 735
16,986 15,473 1,513 8,490 911
5,059 3,421 1,638 1,915 873
13,871 11,875 1,996 6,625 1,124
11,889 9,842 2,047 5,329 1,025
365,509 270,564 94,945 165,087 54,093

4,957 3.638 1,319 2,139 1 004
315,138 261,233 53,905 192,072 34,919
19,018 15,877 3,141 10,691 1,985


Total.............................. 339,113


280,748 58,365 204,902


37,908











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TABLE 7

POPULATION CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS BY RACES AND VOTING AGI


Number of Districts and
Counties Comprising Same


Fifth District
Brevard.... ......... ............. .... ..
Citrus............. .............. ...
Flagler............ .............. ..........
Lake ................. .............. .
Marion .................................
Orange ... ............................. .
Osceola................. ................
Putnam................ ...................
St. Johns.................................
Seminole ......... ...............
Sumter ...................................
Volusia ...................................
T otal..............................


Sixth District
Broward........... ..................
Charlotte.......... .....................
De Soto ..................................
Glades............... ........ ..........
Hendry .................. .......
Indian River.............................
Lee...................................
Martin ................... .. ...... :
Okeechobee ...............................
Palm Beach .............................
St. Lucie ...................................
Total ............. ..............


POPULATION


Total

19,339
5.427
2,652
27,946
35,132
86.782
10,562
17,837
21,596
24,560
10,417
58,492


White Negro

13,7b0 5,559
3,746 1,681
1,266 1,386
20,463 7,483
19,045 16,087
66,950 19,832
8,785 1,777
10,916 6,921
14,616 6,980
12,806 11,754
7,544 2,873
43,357 15,135


320,742 223,274 97,468


50,442
4,220
6,854
2,281
4,934
9,079
23,593
6,094
2,919
112,311
12,958


36,430
3,584
5,466
1,700
3,907
6,731
18,842
4,154
2,380
66,844
8,234


VOTING A.I


White

9,592
2,291
845
13,567
12,014
47.17
6,365
6,843
9,387
8,686
4,598
30,191


Negro

3,426
1,024
791
4 S18
397
12,941
1,203
4,118
4,239
7,122
1,590
8,937


I 151,554 59,306


I *I-- -- I--


14,012
636
1,388
581
1,027
2,348
4,751
1,940
539
45,467
4,724


235.685 158.272 77.413


26,531
2,468
2,391
890
2,369
4,223
12,618
2,791
1,356
47,851
5,327
109.715


8,070
431
879
367
687
1,488
3,136
1,231
369
28,730
2,648
48,036


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TABLE 8
SHOWING INCREASE OR DECREASE IN POPULATION IN
NUMBER AND PERCENT


COUNTIES 1945 1940 Increase Percent

STATE................................... 2,250,061 1,897,414 352,647 18.6
Alcshua..................................... 38,245 38,607 362 .93
Baker...................................... 6,326 6,510 184 2.8
Bay........................................ 43,188 20,686 22,502 108.7
Bradford.................................... 10,730 8,717 2,013 25.3
Brevard.................................... 19,339 16,142 3,197 19.8
Broward ................................ 50,442 30,794 19,648 63.8
Calhoun.... ............................. 8,225 8,218 7 .08
Charlotte... ............................. 4,220 3,663 557 15.2
Citrus....................................... 5,427 5,846 41q 7.1
Clay........................................ 10,038 6,468 3,570 55.1
Collier ....................................... 4 57 5,102 145 2.8
Columbia.................................... 17139 16,859 280 1.6
Dade..................................... 315,138 267,739 47,399 17.7
De Soto.................................... 6,854 7,792 938 12.0
Dixie........................................ 4,92 7,018 2,092 29.8
Duval...................................... 273,843 210143 63,700 30.3
Ecambia.... ........................... 105,262 74,667 30,595 40.9
Flagler..................................... 2,652 3,008 356 11,3
Franklin... ............................. 8,026 5,991 2,035 34.5
Gadsden.................................... 30,992 31,450 458 1.4
Gilebrist.................................... 3,466 4,250 784 18.4
Glades..................................... 2,281 2,745 464 16.9
Gulf ........................................ 7,010 6,951 59 .8
Hamilton..................................... 8,731 9,778 1,047 10.7
Hardee.................................... 8,585 10,158 1,573 15.4
Hendry..... ................................ 5,006 5,237 171 3.2
Hernando .................................. 5,672 5,641 31 .5
Highlands.................................. 16,220 9,246 6,974 75.4
Hillsborough....... ................... 207,844 180,148 27,699 15.3
Holmes..... ......................... 14,627 15,447 820 5.3
Indian River.................................. 9,079 8,957 122 1.3
Jackson .................................... 34,509 34,428 81 .2
Jefferson................................. 11,066 12,032 966 8.0
Lafayette................ ................ 3,995 4,405 410 9.8
Lake..................................... 27,946 27,255 691 2.5
Lee ............ ................... ..... 23,593 17,488 6,105 34.9
Leon....................................... 35,451 31,646 3,805 12.0
Levy ....................... ........... 9,02 12,550 2,648 21.0
Liberty...................................... 3,193 3,752 559 14.9
Madison.................................... 15,537 16,190 653 4.0
Manatee ................................... 26,803 26,098 705 2.7
Marion..................................... 35,132 31,243 3,889 12.4
Martin...................................... 6,094 6,295 201 3.1
Monroe..................................... 19,018 14,078 4,940 35.0
Nassau...................................... 10,859 10,826 33 0.3
Okaloosa.................................... 16,155 12,900 3,255 25.2
Okeechobee................................... 2,919 3,000 81 2.7
Orange...................................... 86,782 70,074 16,708 23.8
Osoeola................. .................... 10,562 10,119 443 4.3
PalmBeach.................................. 112,311 79,989 32,322 40.3
Pasco........................................ 13,729 13,981 252 1.8
Pinellas.................................... 130,268 91,852 38,416 41.8
Polk... .......................... ...... 112,429 86,665 25,764 29.7
Putnam ................................. 17,837 18,698 861 4.6
St. Johns................................. 21,596 20,012 1,584 7.9
St. Lucie ............................... .... 12,958 11,871 1,060 8.8
Santa Rosa .................................. 16,986 16,085 901 5.6
Sarasota... .............................. 19,202 16,106 3,096 19.2
Seminole ................................ 24,560 22,304 2,256 10.1
Sumter...................................... 10,417 11,041 624 5.6
Suwannee................................... 17,602 17,073 529 3.0
Taylor...................................... 10,738 11,565 827 7.1
Union....................................... 6,051 7,094 1,043 14.7
Volusia...................................... 58,492 53,710 4,782 8.9
Wakulla............... ................... 5,059 5,463 404 7.4
Walton.......................... ...... 13,871 14,246 375 2.6
Washington.............................. 11,889 12,302 413 3.8










60 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS

TABLE 9
SHOWING WHITE AND NEGRO POPULATION IN NUMBER
FOR YEARS 1930 TO 1945

COUNTIES WHITE WHITE WHITE NEGRO NEGRO NEGRO
1945 1935 1930 1945 1935 1930

STATE........... 1,695,301 1,139,063 1,035,205 554,760 456,367 431,828
Alachua.......... ... 23,785 20,050 19,048 14,460 16,356 15,313
Baker.............. 4,955 5,335 4,492 1,371 1,814 1,781
Bay................ 36,487 13,534 9,000 6,701 3,261 3,087
Bradford ........... 7,923 6,487 6,670 2,807 2,338 2,730
Brevard............. 13,780 9,886 9,062 5,559 4,600 4,199
Broward........... 36,430 15,221 13,365 14,012 7,670 6,687
Calhoun ............ 7,140 6,758 5,934 1,085 1,579 1,361
Charlotte........... 3,584 3,050 3,229 636 740 784
Citrus..... ... 3,746 3,847 3,717 1,681 1,727 1,799
Clay............... 8,313 5,163 5,092 1,725 1,922 1,767
Colier............. 3,638 2,754 2,016 1,319 1,765 745
Columbia........... 10,966 9,326 8,848 6,173 6,022 5,790
Dade .............. 261,233 144,683 112,885 53,905 35,924 29,894
DeSoto............. 5,417 6,660 6,247 1,437 1,492 1,497
Dixie............. .. 3,466 3,693 3,424 1,460 2,157 21 2,995
Duval ............. 198,599 114,089 101,999 75,244 60,636 53,411
Escambia.... ....... 83,592 41,978 39,609 21,670 14,548 13,924
Flagler ............. 1,266 1,692 1,613 1,386 1,480 852
Franklin............ 6,119 4,249 3,814 1,907 2,325 2,469
Gadsden............ 14,180 10,991 12,923 16,812 15,944 16,967
Gilchrist............ 2,969 3,467 3,334 497 704 803
Glades.............. 1,700 2,069 1,877 581 590 816
Gulf............. ... 5,078 1,988 2,086 1,932 1,108 1,096
Hamilton............ 5,103 5,822 5,675 3,628 3,948 3,779
Hardee.............. 7,994 10,454 9,417 591 951 931
Hendry............. 4,039 2,739 2,108 1,027 952 1,327
Hernando........... 4,098 3,945 3,425 1,574 1,563 1,523
Highlands........... 13,335 7,779 6,511 2,885 3,123 2,677
Hisborough......... 173,833 128,860 124,360 34,011 30,112 28,983
Holmes............ 13,979 13,730 12,475 648 704 449
Indian River......... 6,731 5,934 4,792 2,348 2,508 1,931
Jackson............. 22,872 21,996 19,417 11,637 13,330 12,551
Jefferson............ 3,964 4,125 4,288 7,102 9,468 9,120
Lafayette............ 3,555 3,707 3,631 440 546 727
Lake.............. 20,463 20,074 16,717 7,483 7,958 6,442
Lee................. 18,789 12,909 11,444 4,804 3,411 3,543
Leon................ 19,118 10,835 9,681 16,333 15,723 13,788
Levy................ 6,329 7,760 7,694 3,573 5,191 4,762
Liberty............. 2,539 2,748 2,646 654 1,123 1,421
Madison... .. 7,934 8,266 7,411 7,603 8,824 8,203
Manatee............ 20,025 16,608 15,680 6,778 6,382 6,820
Marion ............. 19,045 15,876 15,065 16,087 14,832 14,513
Martin.............. 4,154 3,367 3,126 1,940 1,843 1,984
Monroe............ 15,877 9,924 11,127 3,141 2,483 2,452
Nassau............. 7,382 5,756 5,486 3,477 3,415 3,883
Okaloosa............ 14,885 10,717 8,881 1,270 936 1,016
Okeechobee.......... 2,380 2,788 2,901 539 693 1,200
Orange ............. 66,950 44,381 37,494 19,832 13,731 12,226
Osceola ............ 8,785 7,508 7,610 1,777 2,240 3,056
PalmBeach......... 66,844 35,444 34,987 45,467 17,550 16,760
Pasco............... 11,752 9,410 8,796 1,977 1,822 1,777
Pinellas............ 114,162 51,574 51,129 16,106 12,970 10,974
Polk ............... 87,435 64,313 56,266 24,994 17,740 16,020
Putnam............. 10,916 10,387 10,280 6,921 7,937 7,812
St.Johns.......... .. 14,616 11,739 11,981 6,980 5,867 6.689
St. Lucie............ 8,234 5,795 5,187 4,724 3,233 1,797
Santa Rosa.......... 15,473 13,503 11,875 1,513 2,006 2,208
Sarasota............ 14,975 10,350 9,634 4,227 3,410 2,803
Seminole............ 12,806 11,388 10,302 11,754 10,763 8,431
Sumter.............. 7,544 7,082 7,427 2,873 2,962 3,217
Suwannee ........... 11,774 11,218 10,395 5,828 5,729 5,336
Taylor.............. 7,421 7,383 8,141 3,317 3,740 4,995
Umon .............. 4,330 4,163 4,582 1,721 1,259 2,846
Volusia............ 43,357 34,625 30,205 15,135 15,842 12,537
Wakulla............. 3,421 3,580 3,214 1,638 2,492 2,254
Walton............. 11,875 11,647 11,852 1.996 2,208 2,724
Washington.......... 9,842 9,969 9,602 2,047 2,898 2,574

Federal Census 1940 does not divide population as to White and Negro;










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TABLE 10
AREA AND POPULATION OF FLORIDA BY COUNTIES SHOWING TOTAL
AND RURAL POPULATION PER SQUARE MILE
(Note-In this table all incorporated towns are classed as urban.)


Total Rural
Area Total Population Rural Population
COUNTIES Square Mile Population per Sq. Mile Population per Sq. Mile
1945 1945 1945 1945 1945


Total for State................
Alachua.......................
Baker...... ............. ...
Bay ........................
Bradford....................
Brevard........................
Broward........................
Calhoun......................
Charlotte.....................
Citrus............ ............
Clay......... ..............
Coller......................
Columbia...... ...........
Dade...........................
De Soto......................
Dixie............. ...........
Duval ................... .....
Escambia ......................
Flagler..... .............
Franklin..... .............
Gadsden........... ...........
Gilchrist ...... ...............
Glades .......................
Gulf.............. .............
Hamilton ......................
H rdee..... .......:
Hendry .....................
Hernando ..................
Highlands.....................
Hillsborough..................
Holmes.........................
Indian River ...................
Jackson ......................
Jefferson........................
Lafayette.....................
Lake................ ..
Lee........ .............. .
Leon.........................
Levy....... ..............
Liberty..... ...................
Madison... .................
Manatee .......................
Marion.......................
M artin.........................
Monroe .......................
Nassau ................. ......
Okaloosa.....................
Okeechobee...................
Orange... ..................
Osceol .......................
Palm Beach.. ............
Pasco........................
Pinellas ..... ......... .....
Polk...... ..............
Putnam......................
St. Johns .....................
St. Lucie .....................
Santa Ross...a................
Sarasota......................
Seminole ........................
Sumter ................. ....
Suwannee....................
Taylor........................
Union.......................
Volusia.... ...................
Wakulla......................
Walton.......................
Washington....................


54,861 2,250,061 41.01 813,635 14.7.
906 38,245 42.2 16,990 18.7
593 6,320 10.6 5,044 8.5
781 43,188 55.2 16973 21.7
291 10,730 36.8 7,649 26.2
1,025 19,339 18.8 5,172 5.0
1,212 50,442 41.6 6,984 5.7
531 8,225 15.4 6,203 11.6
697 4,220 6.0 2,136 3.0
620 5,427 8.7 3,247 5.2
615 10,038 16.3 5,917 9.6
2,042 4,957 2.4 3,352 1.6
792 17,139 21.6 10,532 13.2
2,019 315,138 156.0 56,963 28.2
640 6,854 10.7 2,398 3.7
710 4,926 7.0 3,107 4.3
782 273,843 362.9 58,290 74.4
657 105,262 160.2 61,958 94.3
491 2,652 5.4 1,452 2.9
541 8,026 14.8 1,856 3.4
540 0,992 57.3 16,464 30.4
351 3,466 9.8 2,571 7.3
764 2,281 2.9 1,682 2.2
558 7,010 13.2 3,404 6.1
528 8,731 16.5 5,886 11.1
632 8,585 13.5 4,695 7.4
1,171 5,066 4.3 2,301 1.9
497 5,672 11.4 3,917 7,8
1,021 16,220 15.8 5,602 5.4
1,036 207,844 200.6 73,725 71.1
473 14,627 30.9 12,165 25.6
497 9,079 18.2 3,812 7.6
939 34,509 36.7 24,720 26.3
530 11,066 20.8 8,788 16.5
553 3,995 7.2 3,118 5.6
1,047 27,946 26.6 9,826 9.3
818 23,593 28.8 7,404 9.1
715 35,451 49.5 17,346 24.2
1,148 9,902 8.8 5,905 5.1
823 3,193 3.8 3,193 3.8
774 15,537 20.0 11,644 15.3
823 26,803 32.5 10,891 13.2
1,647 35,132 21.3 21,973 13.3
598 6,094 10.3 3,578 5.9
1,100 19,018 17.2 4,772 4.3
630 10,859 17.2 6,421 10.2
956 16,155 16.7 7,910 8.2
747 2,919 3.9 1,484 1.9
929 86,782 93.4 26,219 28.2
1,356 10,562 7.8 5,350 3.9
1,940 112,311 57.8 38,576 19.8
767 13,729 17.8 8,146 10.6
293 130,268 444.6 16,434 56.0
1,907 112,429 58.9 40,081 21.0
752 17,837 23.7 9,008 11.9
608 21,596 35.5 8,020 13.1
580 12,958 22.3 3,476 5.9
1,025 16,986 16.7 13,828 12.5
514 19,202 37.3 4,501 8.7
321 24,560 76.0 9,854 30.6
583 10,417 17.8 5,331 9.1
692 17,602 25.4 12,865 18.5
1,045 10,738 10.2 7,139 6.8
248 6,051 24.3 5,046 20.3
1,123 58,492 52.0 13,359 11.8
602 5,059 8.4 5,059 8.4
1,095 13,871 12.6 11,247 10.2
620 11,889 19.1 8,676 13.9










62 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS

TABLE 11
URBAN POPULATION FOR EACH CENSUS YEAR 1915 TO 1945


URBAN URBAN URBAN URBAN URBAN URBAN
COUNTIES 1945 1935 1930 1925 1920 1915

Total for State.,... 1,440,103 989,743 900,932 724,702 466,388 406,457
Alachua............. 21,255 18,666 16,534 15,105 12,354 12,745
Baker.............. 1,282 616 519 355 350 368
Bay................ 26,215 10,041 6,330 6,278 2,596 6,877
Bradford............ 3,081 2,059 2,204 1,759 2,849 3,452
Brevard ............ 14,167 9,821 8,352 6,686 4,206 3,191
Broward............. 43,458 20,285 16,635 8,848 3,463 3,643
Calhoun ............ 2,022 1,887 1,270 1,815 863 1,227
Charlotte... :....... 2,084 1,73 1,928 1,35 ........
Citrus................ 2,180 1,841 2,084 1,949 2,076 ,00
la......... :..... 4,121 2,969 3,312 2,062 2,42 2,628
o er............ 1,605 1,986 812 422 ............
Columbia............ 6,607 5,036 4,688 4,279 3,701 3,422
Dade.......:....... 258,175 161,031 130,620 90,155 31,877 16,681
DeSoto............. 4,456 4,077 4,082 4,185 9,505 8,951
Dixie............. 1,819 1,097 1,071 710 : :
Duval............... 215,553 148,202 136,980 103,039 95,559 70,442
Escambia...... :.... 43,304 30,826 31,579 25,305 31,035 23,219
lagler.......... ... 1200 1,286 869 505 682
Franklin............ 6,170 4,765 4,070 4,587 4,121 4,350
Gadsden...... :.... 14,528 8,037 10,931 5,648 4,039 4,365
Gilchrist.... ....... 895 677 706 *............
Glades............... 599 800 612 788
Gulf........ ....... 3,606 1,553 1,435 .. ...
Hamilton.... ....... 2,845 2,941 2,927 3,221 2,926 3,213
Hardee ... ....... 3,890 4,237 3,871 3788 *............
Hendry.............. 2,765 1620 397 459 ......
Hernando............ 1,755 1,547 1,405 1,745 1,011 1,385
Highlands... ....... 10,618 8,024 6,849 3519...
Hillsborough....... 134,114 108,547 109,203 102,436 56,367 60,297
Holmes............ 2,462 1,505 1,292 2,250 2,548 2,510
Indian River........ 5,267 3,923 3310 .
Jackson............. 9,870 8,244 6,99 6,672 5,049 5,521
Jefferson.... ........ 2,278 2,042 1,901 2,829 1,704 2,040
Lafayette ........... 877 708 555 397 531 1,769
Lake................ 18,120 16,602 13,942 9,569 5,248 4,060
Lee................. 16,189 10,588 9,397 8 050 4,055 3,484
Leon........!....... 18,105 11,725 10,700 6,415 5,637 5,193
Levy ............... 3,997 4,298 3,278 3,206 1,518 1,600
Liberty........ ... All Rural All Rural ..... ..... ..... ... ..... ... ......
Madison........ 3,893 3,590 3,278 3,214 2,819 2,597
Mamntee............ 15,912 13,453 12,325 15,958 9,807 8,596
Marion.............. 13,159 10,538 9,847 10,282 7,949 7,734
Martin.............. 2,516 2,166 2,343* ....... .. ...
Monroe.............. 14,246 12,317 12,831 13,701 18,749 18,495
Nassau ............. 4,438 3,309 3,660 3,685 3,658 4,026
Okaloosa............ 8,245 1,827 1,232 1,168 1,313
Okeechobee.......... 1,435 1,914 1,795 1,920 *..... ..
Orange...... .. :.... 60,563 41,601 35,895 31,272 12,874 9,214
Osceola............ 5,212 5,399 5,026 5,758 4,732 6,301
PalmBeach......... 77,331 48,014 43,240 27,536 12,729 6,253
Pasco .............. 5,583 5,402 4,028 3,953 2,216 3,400
Pinellas............. 113,834 58,014 56,439 39,502 20,145 17,805
Polk ................ 72,348 51,494 48,154 39,817 18,986 17,161
Putnam.............. 8,829 8,853 8,812 9,691 6,859 8,100
St.Johns............ 13,576 10,630 12,111 11,230 6,853 7,973
St. Lucie............ 9,482 6,376 4,803 4,761 2,241 3,822
SantaRosa........... 3,158 1,537 1,466 2,190 1,594 1,415
Sarasota............. 14,706 10,136 8,707 6,680...
Seminole............. 14,706 12,858 11,741 7,922 5,694 4,998
Sumter ............. 5,086 3,696 4,026 3,288 2,455 1,919
Suwannee........... 4,737 3,486 3 ,232 3,639 4,104 4,046
Taylor.............. 3,599 2,400 2,744 2,700 1,956 1,941
Union............... 1,005 1,400 1,346 768
Volusia.............. 45,133 37,663 31,935 28,867 15,784 14,358
Wakulla............ All Rural All Rural ................................
Walton.............. 2,624 2,646 2,636 2,359 2,341 3,199
Washington .......... 3,213 3,242 3,231 2,170 2,246 1,571

Counties not created at this time.











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 63


TABLE 12
RURAL POPULATION FOR EACH CENSUS YEAR 1925 TO 1945


RURAL RURAL RURAL RURAL
COUNTIES 1945 1935 1930 1925

Total for State .......................... 809,958 613,972 566,488 517,075
Alachua................................. 16,990 17,740 17,801 17,483
Baker ............................. ..... 5,044 6,533 5,754 5,206
Bay...................................... 16,973 6,754 5,761 5,595
Bradford................................. 7,649 6,766 7,201 5,265
Brevard....................... ......... 5,172 4,686 4,931 6,155
Broward................................. 6,984 2,724 3,259 5,394
Calhoun.................................. 6,203 6,500 6,028 9,50
Charlotte............ .................... 2,136 2,117 2,085 1,755
Citrus.......................... ....... 3,247 3,733 3,432 3,425
Clay... .5............... ...... ... ..... 5,917 4,116 3,547 2,793
Colier .......... .......... ............ 3 3,352 2,799 2,071 834
Columbia ................................ 10,532 10,312 9,950 1,272
Dade................................. .. 66,963 19,690 11,687 21,177
DeSoto................................ 2,398 4,075 3,663 3,876
Dixie .... .............................. 3,107 4,753 5,348 3,526
Duval .................................. 58,290 26,575 18,524 20,357
Escambia ................................ 61,958 25,714 21,577 18,152
Flagler ................................... 1,452 1,886 1,597 1,698
Franklin................................. 1,856 1,809 2,213 652
Gadsden................................. 16,464 18,798 18,959 19,287
Gilehrist ..................................... 2,571 3,494 3,431
Glades............................. ..... 1,682 1,800 2,150 1,679
Gulf ...................................... 3,404 1,543 1,747
Hamilton.................................... 5,886 6,829 6,527 6,683
Hardee............................ ...... 4,695 7,168 6,477 6,390
Hendry................................. 2,301 2,078 3,095 652
Hernando....... .................. ,917 3,17 961 3,543 2,978
Highlands................................ 5,602 2,878 2,343 3,233
Hillsborough........ ..................... 73,725 50,436 43,916 30,948
Holmes ......... .......... ........... .. 12,165 12,929 11,632 10,172
Indian River.............................. 3,812 4,538 3,414
Jackson ................................. 24,639 27,085 24,970 26,450
Jefferson................................. 8,788 11,551 11,507 10,998
Lafayette ................................ 3,118 3,545 3,806 4,297
Lake.................. ............. ..... 9,826 11,430 8,839 9,301
Lee........................ ........ ... 7,404 5,733 5,503 4,104
Leon................................ ... 17,346 14,835 12,776 13,634
Levy ................ ................ ..... 5,905 8,653 9,178 7,430
Liberty.............. .................... 3,193 3,871 4,067 4,849
Madison................................... 11,644 13,500 13,336 12,335
Manatee ................................... 10,891 9,546 10,177 7,098
Marion ............................. .... 21,973 20,170 19,731 16,870
Martin ................................. 3,578 3,044 2,768
Monroe..................... ............. 4,772 1,024 793 559
Nassau ........................... ...... 6,421 5,862 5,715 5,958
Okaloosa.................................. 7,910 9,826 8,665 8,625
Okeechobee............................... 1,484 1,567 2,334 2,243
Orange.............. ................ ...... 26,219 16,512 13,842 7,053
Osceola... ..... ......5,350 4,355 5,673 4,997
Palm Beach.............................. 34,980 5,012 8,541 9,601
Pasco.................................... 8,146 5,830 6,546 7,646
Pinellas ................................. 16,434 6,547 5,710 12,212
Polk...................................... 40,081 30,466 24,137 24,108
Putnam.................................. 9,008 9,482 9,284 7,336
St. Johns................................. 8,020 6,977 6,565 5,196
St. Lucie................................. 3,476 2,654 2,254 7,017
Santa Rosa............................... 13,828 13,972 12,617 2,409
Sarasota .................................. 4,501 3,625 3,733 3,370
Seminole................... ........... ... 9,854 9,294 6,994 6,816
Sumter .................................. ,331 6,348 6,618 4,628
Suwannee................................ 12,865 13,461 12,499 12,566
Taylor.................................. 7,139 8,723 10,392 10,413
Union............. ..................... 5,046 4,022 6,082 4,105
Volusia.... .............................. 13,359 12,810 10,822 11,298
Wakulla..................................... ,059 6,072 5,468 5,811
Walton.. ...................... ..... 11,247 11,209 11,940 11,305
Washington............................... 8,676 9,625 8,949 8,250

Counties not created at this time.











64 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 13

SHOWING WHITE POPULATION SIX YEARS AND UNDER


Under
COUNTIES TOTAL 1 Year 1 Year 2 Years 3 Years 4 Years 5 Years 6 Years


Total for State...
Alachua ..........
Baker.............
Bay..............
Bradford..........
Brevard...........
Broward..........
Calhoun...........
Charlotte .........
Citrus ...........
Clay..............
Collier...........
Columbia..........
Dade.............
De Soto...........
Dixie.............
Duval.............
Escambia .........
Flagler...........
Franklin..........
Gadsden..........
Gilchrist..........
Glades...........
Gulf .............
Hamilton .........
Hardee............
Hendry...........
Hernando.........
Highlands.........
Hillsborough.......
Holmes..........
Indian River.......
Jackson...........
Jefferson....
Lafayette..........
Lake...........
Lee...............
Leon..........
Levy.. ..........
Liberty...........
Madison...........
Manatee.........
Marion ...........
Martin............
Monroe ...........
Nassau ........
Okaloosa..........
Okeechobee........
Orange ............
Oaceola...........
Palm Beach.......
Pasco.........
Pinellas..........
Polk .............
Putnam...........
St. Johns..........
St. Lucie..........
Santa Rosa........
Sarasota...........
Seminole..........
Sumter...........
Suwannee ........
Taoior...........
Union............
Voluia............
Wakulla....
Walton............
Washington........


206,425 27,309 31,071 36,594 30,471 28,676 26,268 26,036


3,335
874
6,114
1,402
1,626
3,824
1,310
434
515
1,338
569
1,465
26,226
742
609
25,503
10,810
131
952
1,399
520
309
943
860
1,068
647
538
1,855
21,210
2,313
850
3,755
499
578
2,393
2,491
2,501
904
383
1,106
2,228
2,518
558
2,165
1,105
2,248
334
7,442
882
6,888
1,507
9,164
11 493
1,450
1,742
1,111
2,616
1,595
1,366
1,085
1,814
1,136
624
4,504
565
1,758
1,626


433
100
724
205
336
642
204
50
71
250
35
9
3,953
114
85
3,161
1,007
17
155
173
87
38
135
85
48
115
77
181
3.161
300
;28
437
11
69
289
427
336
90
12
110
319
370
82
364
53
110
42
1,104
161
938
113
1,325
1 349
195
205
116
382
276
185
157
223
210
92
626
71
141
240


490
135
939
172
245
530
183
65
69
193
94
280
3,964
105
83
3,856
1,856
12
139
222
69
25
131
135
171
88
75
370
2,959
318
139
562
103
67
359
399
360
125
72
170
326
284
80
322
182
508
39
1,251
155
1,116
242
1,353
1 541
187
225
188
345
270
217
163
265
166
102
565
79
308
263


640
133
1,063
227
264
703
198
101
76
232
115
298
4,527
117
91
4,811
2,195
19
183
207
66
60
171
143
207
101
90
403
3,770
379
133
681
102
92
392
422
428
163
69
180
353
443
106
415
185
451
62
1,313
135
1,197
288
1,677
2 058
231
335
186
441
288
229
156
285
167
93
777
95
329
247


463
118
936
209
213
552
199
62
82
203
93
227
3,807
119
88
3,870
1,665
17
126
212
74
36
129
134
183
82
81
294
3,127
334
117
563
73
90
335
335
380
133
63
160
306
395
91
301
176
350
40
1,073
126
1,025
226
1,291
1 687
227
288
154
383
192
184
165
283
168
89
689
82
268
228


489
119
846
216
208
505
195
55
73
178
81
236
3,522
83
87
3,671
1,412
23
119
209
76
54
119
131
133
96
72
226
2,905
329
127
541
71
94
345
318
361
138
51
157
351
338
72
265
188
287
50
933
88
932
232
1,287
1 717
218
237
162
376
208
192
173
253
151
87
669
87
236
206


411
138
872
181
177
464
172
36
79
152
96
197
3,229
104
85
3,106
1,357
16
124
187
60
51
118
125
,53
89
64
218
2,690
305
102
465
75
74
354
287
312
124
59
158
284
360
65
274
174
234
47
871
108
894
192
1 150
1,548
205
225
152
308
175
176
140
244
142
80
602
78
239
235


409
131
734
192
183
428
159
65
65
130
55
218
3,224
100
90
3,228
1,318
27
106
189
88
45
140
107
173
76
79
161
2,598
348
104
506
64
92
319
303
324
131
57
171
289
328
62
224
147
308
54
897
99
786
214
1 081
1,593
187
227
153
381
186
183
131
261
132
81
576
73
237
207











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 14

SHOWING NEGRO POPULATION SIX YEARS AND UNDER


SUnder
TOTAL I1 Year


1 Year 2 Years 3 Years


4 Years


5 Years 6 Years


73,776 8,316 9,984 12,257 11,095 10,959 10,332 10,833


COUNTIES

Total for State...

Alachua ..........
Baker ............
Bay.............
Bradford..........
Brevard...........
Broward..........
Calhoun...........
Charlotte ..........
Citrus............
Clay..............
Collier ............
Columbia ..........
Dade.............
De Soto...........
Dixie .............
Duval ............
Eecambia .........
Flagler ...........
Franklin..........
Gadsden..........
Gilchrist ..........
Glades............
Gulf .............
Hamilton ..........
Hardee ............
Hendry...........
Hernando........
Highlands .........
Hillsborough ......
Holmes ..........
Indian River.......
Jackson...........
Jefferson..........
Lafayette ..........
Lake........... ..
Lee...............
Leon........... ..
Levy.............
Liberty...........
Madison ..........
Manatee..........
M arion ............
Martin.............
Monroe...........
Nassau........ ...
Okaloosa ..........
Okeechobee .......
Orange.............
Osceola ...........
Palm Beach......
Pasco.............
Pinellas ...........
Polk..............
Putnam...........
St. Johns..........
St. Lucie..........
Santa Rosa........
Sarasota...........
Seminole... ......
Sumter ............
Suwannee.........
Taylor............
Union.............
Volusia............
Wakulla...........
Walton ............
Washington........


2,170
242
982
495
797
2,149
199
75
226
266
119
920
6,561
216
207
8,718
2,671
248
238
2,541
70
75
325
649
79
140
245
472
3,904
107
323
2,076
1,140
52
1,000
584
2,576
500
104
1,283
991
2,458
275
439
530
174
55
2,328
180
5,413
287
1,871
3,359
934
939
790
224
495
1,498
444
983
445
176
1,840
290
276
338


245
38
67
65
118
277
24
8
29
42
10
4
957
27
37'
897
153
27
27
353
7
14
45
63
4
16
36
38
545
12
51
221
7
7
96
60
346
52
2
97
156
325
43
44
29
7
6
346
29
444
25
214
380
115
97
77
42
68
198
56
100
64
13
217
37
19
41


273
28
150
59
104
253
23
9
30
35
18
178
846
35
22
1,172
409
34
31
355
15
12
39
98
12
23
31
63
526
9
41
319
221
6
148
71
345
64
10
246
119
299
26
56
73
31
6
315
28
622
32
248
457
119
122
133
24
67
206
56
126
53
34
231
34
48
56


385
43
192
S62
121
332
28
19
28
36
19
176
1,033
34
30
1,604
531
40
38
375
10
14
50
110
12
19
36
108
619
23
44
324
181
10
160
104
402
79
19
213
181
366
52
76
99
27
8
371
29
912
61
295
558
157
164
123
42
82
234
71
135
69
23
314
45
.3
47


286
43
144
62
110
327
33
11
34
42
23
132
954
32
28
1,314
432
36
41
379
6
12
47
92
14
21
41
71
595
14
50
290
199
9
156
81
371
72
20
192
136
402
37
63
71
29
11
326
26
872
39
300
497
142
157
107
37
63
228
75
152
71
33
275
44
44
42


334
22
158
91
107
347
28
7
28
37
22
150
979
30
32
1,246
393
32
29
356
7
8
59
103
12
19
24
65
567
19
54
301
166
5
143
109
366
79
13
173
148
334
42
66
96
28
12
325
18
911
53
279
481
139
133
124
27
73
201
74
146
72
19
293
47
36
62


321
36
129
72
121
303
27
11
35
40
20
142
865
33
24
1,216
380
34
31
358
14
7
36
82
10
22
39
60
533
13
41
283
176
9
143
67
361
69
19
184
119
393
34
60
83
28
1
328
28
780
37
251
507
132
134
110
25
71
192
59
151
56
27
241
45
34
40


326
32
142
84
116
310
36
10
42
34
7
138
927
25
34
1,269
373
45
41
365
11
8
49
101
15
20
38
67
519
17
42
338
190
6
154
92
385
85
21
178
132
339
41
74
79
24
11
317
22
872
40
284
479
130
132
116
27
71
239
53
173
60
27
269
38
42
50










66 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 15

WHITE POPULATION 7 TO 15 YEARS SHOWING NUMBER IN SCHOOL


I I Tl attending
COUNTIES Male Female Total School


Total for State..............................

Alachua .......... ........................
Baker......................................
Bay.................................
Bradford ...........................
Brevard .....................................
Broward...............................
Calhoun......... ......................
Charlotte....................................
Citrus.....................................
Clay .... ..........................
Colu bier .. ... ...........................
Columbia....................................
Dade.......................................
De Soto ............. .....................
Dixie.......... .............................
Duval .... ..............................
Escambia................................
Flagler ............... ...................
Franklin.....................................
Gadaden ................ .....................
Gilchrist ............... ......................
Glades .....................................
Gulf......................................
Hamilton................. ..................
Hardee.......................................
H endry.............. ....................
Hernando........... ...............
Highlands................................
Hillsborough............ .................
Holmes................................
Indian River........... ..................
Jackson................................
Jefferson.......................... ..........
Lafayette................ .......
Lake.................. .............
Lee............... .. ...................
Leon................ ......................
Levy.......... ........................
Liberty......... .........................
Madison...................... ... ..........
M anatee ................................. .
M arion................... .... ..............
Martin.....................................
Monroe......................................
Nassau........................ .............
Okaloosa...................................
Okeechobee..............................
Orange................... ...............
Osceola...... ..........................
Palm Beach .................................
Pasco .............. .... ..................
Pinellas .....................................
Polk............. . ....................
Putnam..............................
St. Johns. ............. ................
St. Lucie ..................................
Santa Rosa.......... ....................
Sarasota .......... .......................
Seminole ...... .... ...................
Sumter........ ....... .................
Suwannee ...............................
Taylor.......... ................
Union ...... .......
Volusis .... ........................
Wakulla............ ......................
Walton ............................
Washington.. .. .... ...................


108,291 106,043 214,334 210,861

1,607 1,655 3,262 3,230
542 566 1,108 1,080
2,863 2,967 5,830 5,573
765 686 1,451 1,384
732 767 1,499 1,487
1,781 1,835 3,616 3,525
757 689 1,446 1,405
224 179 403 400
320 265 585 573
530 498 1,028 1,016
290 267 557 500
900 841 1,741 1,707
13,173 12,853 26,026 25,241
425 427 852 846
327 314 641 630
12,609 12,351 24,960 24,706
5,294 5,131 10,425 10,299
102 78 180 180
433 408 841 812
794 833 1,627 1,597
321 316 637 517
134 152 286 278
392 428 820 808
498 477 975 937
645 630 1,275 1,235
327 321 648 607
275 242 517 514
735 733 1,468 1,458
11,225 11,123 22,348 22,231
1,469 1,417 2,886 2,732
558 491 1,049 1,047
2,083 2,081 4,164 4,075
295 313 608 593
385 359 744 729
1,420 1,394 2,814 2,762
1,094 1,120 2,214 2,194
1,206 1,246 2,452 2,433
501 538 1,039 1,031
245 250 495 493
751 686 1,437 1,426
1,361 1,325 2,686 2,651
1,391 1,440 2,831 2,789
246 255 501 497
897 875 1,772 1,764
654 661 1,315 1,300
1,255 1,088 2,343 2,276
208 210 418 418
3,763 3,652 7,415 7,323
506 438 944 938
3,568 3,784 7,352 7,241
925 809 1,734 1,730
4,846 4,617 9,463 9,446
6,273 6,055 12,328 12,277
880 784 1,664 1,620
1,103 1,023 2,126 2,102
543 568 1,111 1,098
1,462 1,377 2,839 2,776
820 809 1,629 1,623
769 818 1,587 1,539
595 596 1,191 1,175
1,101 1,038 2,139 2,102
608 601 1,209 1,186
393 337 730 719
2,695 2,596 5,291 5,274
310 292 602 590
1,118 1,149 2,267 2,238
974 919 1,893 1,878











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 67


TABLE 16

NEGRO POPULATION 7 TO 15 YEARS SHOWING NUMBER IN SCHOOL


Attending
COUNTIES Male Female Total School

Total for State ............................. 43,031 45,023 88,054 84,000
Alachua ................................... 1,233 1,311 2,544 2,430
Baker .................. ..................... 158 146 304 278
Bay ..................................... 537 608 1,145 1,101
Bradford .................................. 290 270 560 510
Brevard ............. ....................... 441 400 841 829
Broward.................................... 1,247 1,218 2,465 2.252
Calhoun .................................... 101 106 207 191
Charlotte................................. 45 31 76 75
Citrus........................................ 165 145 310 293
Clay ... ................................ .. 121 116 237 224
Collier ....................................... 52 56 108 100
Columbia .................................. 621 610 1,231 1,174
Dade.................. ................... 3,520 3,911 7,431 7,143
De Soto .............. .............. 123 113 236 232
Dixie........ ........................... 90 97 187 178
Duval ................................ ... 4.755 5,141 9,896 9,800
Escambia ................................... 1,496 1,705 3,201 3,157
Flagler ... .................................. 107 116 223 220
Franklin............. ....... .. ......... 125 171 296 289
Gadsden.................................. 1,574 1,564 3,138 2,755
Gilchrist .................................... 38 52 90 81
Glades....................... .... ... .. 37 40 77 69
Gulf .............. .......... .. ..... .... 164 166 330 321
Hamilton................... ..... ........... 325 388 713 620
Hardee............. :.............. ..... ... 57 58 115 107
Hendry .... ................... .......... 71 71 142 109
Hernando .................................... 133 150 283 281
Highlands ............................... .. 237 236 473 456
Hillsborough ................. ......... 2,217 2,267 4,484 4,388
Holmes .................... ........ ........ 64 52 116 113
Indian River...................... ............ 190 163 353 351
Jackson ............... ................. .... 1,251 1,255 2,506 2,336
Jefferson .................................... 726 803 1,529 1,368
Lafayette ............................ ... .. .. 43 38 81 77
Lake.. .. .................. .... ....... 575 657 1,232 1,168
Lee.. "304 332 636 596
Lee ...................................... 304 332 636 596
Leon. ....................................... 1,531 1,634 3,165 3,040
Levy.............. ........................... 318 305 823 597
Liberty................ ..... .. ... ..... ... 58 77 135 126
Madison .................. ............... .. 875 792 1,667 1;537
Manatee................... ........... 541 611 1,152 1,073
M arion ...................................... 1,361 1,369 2,730 2,538
Martin............................... 141 133 274 273
Monroe..................................... 219 222 441 437
Nassau ....... ....... ........ ......... 316 322 638 611
Okaloosa ..................... .. ...... .. 110 118 228 212
Okeechobee..... .......................... 37 36 73 72
Orange............... ....... ............ 1,237 1,455 2,692 2,634
Osceola ................... ........... ..... 121 127 248 241
Palm Beach ............................... ,548 3,34 7,082 6,632
Pasco............................. ....... 147 156 303 297
Pinellas........................ ....... 1,122 1,139 2,261 2,242
Polk ....................................... 1,996 2,043 4,039 3,988
Putnam...................................... 570 631 1,201 1,142
St. Johns ............................... ..... 500 513 1,013 965
St. Luie ................................... 397 429 826 764
Santa Ros .................................. 113 119 232 218
Sarasota............. ...................... ... 275 318 593 569
Seminole................................... 973 980 1,953 1,618
Sumter............................... ........ 281 280 561 551
Suwannee ..... .......................... 607 559 1,166 1,055
Taylor ... ......................... ....... 245 261 506 492
Union........ ................... 122 115 227 209
Volusia....................................... 1,471 1,590 3.061 3,050
Wakulla... ..................... ...... ... 147 182 329 321
Walton......... ....... ................... 190 182 372 368
Washington................................... 229 238 467 456











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 17

SHOWING POPULATION 16 TO 20 YEARS BY RACE AND SEX


COUNTIES TOTAL


Total for State ................. 184,621

Alachua ......................... 3,320
Baker........................... 630
Bay ............................. 3,865
Bradford......................... 1,032
Brevard .......................... 1,558
Broward.......................... 3,787
Calhoun......................... 761
Charlotte ........................ 333
Citrus............................ 476
Clay ............................. 793
Collier .... ..................... 343
Columbia.......................... 1,665
D ade............................ 21,903
De Soto .......................... 544
D ixie ............................ 469
Duval........................... 22,931
Escambia ........................ 8,431
Flagler ........................... 234
Franklin ......................... 697
Gadsden ......................... 2,849
Gilchrist ......................... 279
G lades ........................... 181
G ulf............................. 570
H am ilton ........................ 814
H ardee.......................... 821
H endry.......................... 361
Hernando........................ 541
Highlands........................ 1,465
Hillsborough ..................... 16,982
H olm es .......................... 1,526
Indian River ..................... 793
Jackson .......................... 3,379
Jefferson .......................... 1,147
Lafayette........................ 378
Lake.......................... 2,422
Lee .............................. 1,914
Leon ............................ 3,358
Levy ............................ 920
Liberty.......................... 315
Madison......................... 1,562
Manatee ......................... 2,322
M arion ..... .................... 3,184
M artin .......................... 464
Monroe........................... 1,525
N assau .......................... 983
Okaloosa ........................ 1,535
Okeechobee ...................... 314
Orange .......................... 6,789
Osceola .......................... 740
Palm Beach ..................... 8,995
Pasco. ........................... 1,120
Pinellas.......................... 7,796
Polk. ............................ 9,975
Putnam .......................... 1,627
St. Johns ......................... 2,150
St. Lucie ......................... 1,127
Santa Rosa. ....................... 1,674
Sarasota.......................... 1,512
Seminole.......................... 2,348
Sumter........ ................. 948
Suwannee......................... 1,633
Taylor .......................... 1,044
U union ........................... 654
Vol sia .......................... 4,668
W akulla ......................... 485
W alton .......................... 1,449
W ashington ...................... 1,211


WHITE


Male

63,145

972
271
1,421
337
507
1,091
334
141
197
294
114
550
7,705
223
183
7,323
2,908
65
237
580
128
53
193
249
391
142
197
479
6,809
799
291
1,143
192
180
851
628
728
316
133
419
837
811
144
536
341
607
147
2,321
262
2,107
500
3,121
3,739
480
704
318
790
540
655
357
533
357
275
1,563
166
624
516


Fei


male


70,941

992
218
1,800
383
556
1,368
329
138
158
347
141
562
9,204
215
176
9,251
3,597
45
296
569
120
66
236
227
371
161
177
740
7,542
674
318
1,111
192
172
838
848
947
284
125
387
781
871
160
713
313
795
125
2,597
332
2,646
475
3,278
4,105
479
657
349
738
612
512
313
567
384
198
1,808
173
601
478


NEGRO


Male


Female


22,576 27,959

605 751
69 72
263 381
147 165
213 282
566 762
49 49
27 27
66 55
75 77
41 47
247 306
2,173 2,821
33 73
43 67
2,645 3,712
773 1,153
57 67
77 87
793 907
16 15
36 26
61 80
171 167
28 31
20 38
81 86
92 154
1,156 1,475
19 34
77 107
527 598
363 400
9 17
331 402
179 259
728 955
165 155
31 26
384 372
319 385
682 820
78 82
131 145
165 164
67 66
19 23
839 1,032
75 71
2,029 2,213
58 87
596 801
948 1,183
325 343
286 503
215 245
64 82
168 192
591 590
124 154
244 269
163 140
106 75
551 746
80 66
109 115
108 109










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 69


TABLE 18

SHOWING POPULATION 21 TO 64 YEARS BY RACE AND SEX


WHITE NEGRO

COUNTIES TOTAL
Male Female Male Female


Total.for State.................
Alachua.... :...................
Baker...........................
Bay ....... ....................
Bradford.........................
Brevard..........................
Broward ........................
Calhoun .....................
Charlotte .......................
Citrus..........................
Clay................. ............
Collier ..........................
Columbia.........................
D ade............................
De Soto.........................
Dixie ............................
D uval...........................
Escambia .....................
Flagler................... ...
Franklin.......... .
Gadsden........................
Gilehrist ......................
Glades.........................
Gulf............................
Hamilton .......................
Hardee........................
Hendry..........................
Hernando.......................
Highlands....................
Hillsborough...................
Holmes........................
Indian River......................
Jackson................. .....
Jefferson........................
Lafayette ........................
Lake ...........................
Lee..............................
Leon..... :................ .
Levy.......... ...........
Liberty.......... .......
Madison....... ............
M anatee ..................... ..
Marion.......................
Martin. ....... .... .........
Monroe .......................
Nassau.........................
Okaloosa ......................
Okeechobee .................
Orange ........................
Osceola ........................
Palm Beach....................
Pasco...........................
Pinellas .... ....................
Polk.............................
Putnam .........................
St. Johns ......................
St. Lucie ......................
Santa Rosa........... ....
Sarasota........................
Seminole......................
Sumter..........................
Suwannee.......................
Taylor...... .................
Union ......... .............
Volusia .......................
Wakulla......................
Malton........ .... .............
Washington.....................


1,326,830 494,952 514,234 156,477 161,167
20,947 6,624 7,016 3,391 3,916
2,859 1,206 1,043 315 295
23,907 10,272 9,868 1,747 2,020
5,195 1,963 1,924 640 668
11,276 4,061 4,076 1,568 1,571
31,304 11,308 12,301 3,674 4,021
3,866 1,748 1,604 247 267
2,457 1,082 1,003 189 183
2,815 1,024 924 427 440
5,552 2,373 2,224 478 477
3.104 1,232 907 665 300
9,006 3,058 2,888 1,548 1,512
206,539 80,610 92,159 15,641 18,129
3,742 1,430 1,519 374 419
2,594 888 816 457 433
170,115 60,058 62,449 22,790 24,818
65,841 30,406 22,447 6,642 6,346
1,446 373 342 403 328
4,566 1,834 1,676 495 561
17,058 4,147 4,588 3,975 4,348
1,670 716 679 148 127
1,231 449 442 188 153
3,770 1,418 1,287 547 518
4,115 1,199 1,223 836 857
4,526 2,127 2,110 142 147
2,904 1,163 1,086 353 302
3,083 1,232 1,080 410 361
9,628 4,022 4,024 802 780
126,198 51,001 53,513 10,243 11,441
6,861 3,331 3,213 144 173
5,073 1,853 1,835 680 705
16,398 5,701 5,697 2,301 2,699
5,136 1,079 1,081 1,463 1,513
1,929 900 781 131 117
15,315 5,446 5,728 2,059 2,082
14,295 5,701 5,646 1,485 1,463
19,474 5,674 5,894 3,537 4,369
5,187 1,691 1,629 928 039
1,539 656 592 148 143
7,424 2,063 1,960 1,635 1,766
14,606 5,304 5,673 1,798 1,831
18,590 5,117 5,232 4,078 4,163
3,440 1,183 1,141 567 549
11,631 5,154 4,721 848 908
5,624 1,987 1,874 865 898
8,835 4,160 4,037 303 335
1,519 623 574 155 167
53,596 26,818 20,453 6,317 6,0)8
5,662 2,180 2,413 572 497
69,7s5 19,645 22,149 16,274 11,717
7,256 3,048 3,081 534 593
78,673 30,170 38,566 4,505 5,432
63,479 24,358 24,609 7,358 7,154
9,440 2,881 2,897 1,762 1,900
11,974 3,998 4,203 1,716 2,057
7,296 2,342 2,427 1,193 1,334
8,426 3,946 3,711 382 387
11,607 4,303 4,676 1,259 1,369
14,154 4,141 3,468 3,344 3,201
5,489 2,135 1,942 694 716
8,666 3,065 2,841 1,346 1,414
5,772 2,081 1,843 931 917
3,322 1,362 890 765 305
33,215 11,635 13,506 3,819 4,255
2,463 877 832 369 385
6,751 2,918 2,868 467 498
5,614 2,402 2, 33 410 469











70 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 19

SHOWING POPULATION 65 YEARS AND OVER BY RACE ANDISEX


WHITE NEGRO
COUNTIES TOTAL
Male Female Male Female

Totalfo: State...... :.......... 156,021 66,605 64,665 13,019 11,732
Alachua........................ 2,667 787 797 580 503
Baker.......................... 309 120 115 48 26
Bay.... ....................... 1,345 634 518 '5 78
Bradford......................... 55 229 234 73 59
Brevard.......................... 1,742 763 692 168 119
Broward........................ 3,297 1,527 1,395 228 147
Calhoun ........................ 436 198 171 35 32
Charlotte........................ 442 217 166 40 19
Citrus........................... 500 201 142 94 63
Clay ............................ 824 445 264 66 49
Collier.................. ........ 157 73 45 32 7
Columbia....................... 1,111 383 319 226 183
Dade......................... 20,452 9,662 9,641 574 575
De oto.......................... 522 227 209 65 31
Dilie ........................... 219 88 65 47 19
Duval.......................... 11,720 4,213 4,842 1,249 1,416
Escambia........................ 3,883 1,370 1,629 395 489
Flagier .......................... 190 73 57 46 14
Franklin........................ 436 133 150 73 80
Gadsden......................... 2,380 604 666 581 529
Gilchrist......................... 200 96 73 22 9
Glades........................... 122 58 37 23 4
Gulf............................ 252 99 82 44 27
Hamilton ....................... 605 182 188 124 111
Hardee.......................... 701 353 299 33 16
Hendry.......................... 224 115 77 27 5
Hernando........................ 465 205 152 68 40
Highlands........................ 859 396 351 67 45
Hillsborough..................... 12,718 5.633 5,777 657 651
Holmes.......................... 818 401 362 30 25
Indian River ..................... 638 295 240 67 36
Jackson......................... 2,231 689 612 446 484
Jefferson........................ 1,007 156 157 324 370
Lafayette ....................... 233 113 87 21 12
Lake.......................... 2,770 1,166 1,227 227 150
Lee.............................. 1,459 732 529 127 71
Leon .......................... 1,925 441 481 455 548
Levy ........................... 729 259 207 148 115
Liberty.......................... 222 81 74 36 31
Madison ....................... 1,058 295 267 253 243
Manatee........................ 2,818 1,302 1,214 176 126
Marion ......................... 2821 848 817 638 518
Martin.......................... 582 263 204 85 30
Monroe......................... 1,045 387 429 119 110
Nassau......................... 664 227 220 130 87
Okaloosa......................... 792 359 336 55 42
Okeechobee ...................... 206 93 66 28 19
Orange........................ : 6,520 2,879 3,025 299 317
Osceola ......................... 1,906 951 821 79 55
PalmBeach...................... 6,796 3,174 2,883 416 323
Pasco............................ 1,522 749 658 80 35
Pinellas........................ 21,040 10,461 9,939 302 338
Polk............................ 7,756 3,652 3,151 543 410
Putnam........................ 1,521 541 524 238 218
St.Johns....................... 1,652 564 622 229 237
Si. Lucie......................... 697 294 282 78 44
Santa Rosa....................... 975 434 399 75 67
Sarasota........................ 1,771 848 772 98 55
Seminole......................... 1,654 528 549 326 251
Sumter ......................... 699 302 219 109 49
Suwannee ....................... 1,201 402 33 218 188
Taylor.......................... 626 217 194 1:2 103
Union .......................... 318 134 117 45 22
Volusia.......................... 5,913 2,405 2,645 427 436
Wakulla ........................ 325 113 93 66 53
Walton.......................... 998 435 404 81 78
Washington ...................... 740 331 263 75 71










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 71


TABLE 20

POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES


Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Deerease

Alachua..................... 38,245
Gainesvile ............................ 15,081 13,757 1,324 ..........
High Springs .......................... 1,894 2,010 .......... 11
Alachua............................... 1,121 1,081 40 ..........
Hawthorn ............................ 811 741 70 ..........
Newberry........................... 752 735 17 ..........
Archer .................... ..... 592 517 75 .......
Waldo............................... 497 567 .......... 70
Micanopy............................ 311 720 ......... 409
LaCrosse ............................ 198 192 4 ..........
Total Urban...................... 21,255

Baker....................... 6,326
Macclenny........................ 1,132 771 361 .........
Glen St Mary ........................ 150 .. .. ... ......
Tote Urban...................... 1,282

Bay....................... 43,188
Panama City......................... 23,914 11,610 12,304 ..........
Lynn Haven.......................... 1,693 1,246 448 ..
Springfield............................ 607 1,188 .......... 81
Total Urban...................... 26,215

Bradford .................. 10,730
Starke................................ 2,130 1,480 650 .........
Lawtey.............................. 543 427 11 .........
Hampton............................. 408 478 .......... 70
Total Urban...................... 3,081

Brevard..................... 19,339
Cocoa................................. 4,022 3,098 924 ..
Melbourne............................ 4,010 2,622 1,388 ..
Titusville.............................. 2,449 2,220 229 ..
Rockledge ............................ 1,226 725 01 ..
EauGallie............................ 1,089 873 216 ..........
Mimns................................ 1,081 ........ ..... .........
Cocoa Beach........................... 150 49 101 .........
Melbourne............................ 140 90 50 .........
Total Urban...................... 14,167

Broward................... 50,442
Ft Lauderdale...................... 26185 17,998 8,189 ..
Hollywood ............ ............. 7,740 6,239 1,501 .........
Damsa......................... 2,979 2,902 77 ..
Pompano............................. 2,445 2,427 ..1,982
Deerfield .... ..................... 2,008 1,850 158 ......
Hallandale......................... 1,519 1,827 .......... 30
Oakland Park....................... 582 815 .......... 233
Total Urban...................... 43,458

Calhoun .................... 8,225
Blountstown.......................... 2,022 1,931 91 ..........
Total Urban...................... 2,022

Charlotte ................... 4,220
Punta Gorda.... ................... 2,084 1,889 195 .........
Total Urban....................... 2,084











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 20-Continued
POPU LATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1845 1940 Increase Decrease

Citru ....................... 5,427
Inverness. ................... 1,220 1,075 !45 ..........
Crystal Rivrr................. 960 927 33 ..........
Total Urban ............... 2,180

Clay ..................... 10,038
Green Cove Springs ........... 3.03 1,752 1,284 ..........
Orange Park.................. 1,085 668 417.......
Total Urban .............. 4,121

Collier ..................... 4,957
Naples ........................ 976 1,253 ............ 277
Everglads .................... 629 518 111 ............
Total Urban ............... 1,605

Columbia.................... 17,139
Lake City................... 6,557 5,836 721 .... :......
Fort White ................... 50 317 ............ 267
TotalUrban .............. 6,607

Dade...................... 315,138
Miami ........................ 192,122 172,172 19,950 ..........
Miami Beach ................. 32,256 28,012 4,244 ............
Coral Gables.................. 9,250 8,294 956 ..........
Hialeah ...................... 4,803 3,958 845 ..........
Homestead ............. ...... 3,015 3,154 ... ..... 139
Miami Shores .................. 2,796 1,956 840 ..........
North M iami.................. 2,776 1,973 803 ..........
South Miami.................. 2,739 2,408 331 ..........
Miami Springs ................ 1,863 898 965 ...........
Opalocka..................... 1,855 497 1,358 ..........
North Miami Beach.............. 1,082 871 211 ..........
Florida City................... 1,006 752 254 ..........
Surfside...................... 991 295 696 ........
Biscayne Park............... 914 500 414 .........
El Portel ... :....... .... 582 365 217 ...........
Golden Beach..... .. 125 83 42 .........
TotalUrban....... .... 258,175

De Soto.................... 6,854
Arcadia............ .......... 4,456 4,055 401 .........
Total Urban .............. 4,456

I)ixie ...................... 4,926
Cross City.................... 1,819 1,869 ........... 50
TotalUrban............... 1,819

I)uval....................... 273,843
Jacksonville................. 206,442 173,065 33,377 ..........
Jacksonville Beach .............. 5,943 3,566 2,377 .... .....
Neptune Beach............ .. 1,298 1,363 ........... 65
Atlantic Beach ............... 956 468 488 ..........
Baldwin ....................... 914 1002 ............ 88
Total Urban.............. 215,553

escambia................... 105,262
Pensacola ................. 43,304 37,449 5,855 ..........
Total Urban .............. 43,304










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 73

TABLE 20-Continued
POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Decrease

Flagler ..................... 2,652
Bunnell....................... 1,112 1,030 82 .........
Flagler Beach ................. 88 133 ............ 45
Total Urban .............. 1,200

Franklin................... 8,026
Apalachicola .................. 3,813 3,268 545 ..........
Carrabelle.................... 2,357 1,019 1,338 ............
Total Urban .............. 6,170

Gadsden................. 30,992
Chattahoochee ................ 7,829 7,110 719 ..........
Quincy........................ 5,346 3,888 1,458 ..........
Havana...................... 1,353 1,221 132 ..........
Total Urban .............. 14,428

Gilchrist .................... 3,466
Trenton....................... 895 773 122 ..........
Total Urban ............... 895

Glades...................... 2,281
Moore Haven ................. 599 831 :.......... 232
Tota Urban............... 599

Gulf ......................... 7,010
Port St. Joe................... 2,467 2,393 74 ............
Wewahitchka.................. 1,139 1,022 117 ..........
Total Urban ............... 3,606

Hamilton ................... 8,731
Jasper...... :................ 1,734 1,722 12 ..........
White Springs ................. 652 600 52 ..........
Jennings ...................... 45 499 ............ 40
Total Urban............... 2,845

Hardee.................... 8,585
Wauchula..................... 2,916 2,710 206 ..........
Bowling Green ................. 720 950 ............ 230
Zolfo Springs .................. 254 233 31 ..........
Total Urban .............. 3,890

Hendry... ................ 5,066
Clewiston ...................... 1,917 1,338 579 ..........
LaBelle....................... 848 837 11 ..........
Total Urban .............. 2,765
Hernando................... 5,672
Brooksville.................... 1,755 1,607 148 ..........
Total Urban ............... 1,755
Highlands................... 1,220
Avon Park..................... 4,962 3,125 1,837 ..........
Sebring....................... 4,893 3,155 1,738 ..........
Lake Placid ................... 396 340 56 ..........
D e Soto....................... 367 131 236 ..........
Total Urban............... 10,618











74 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS

TABLE 20-Continued

POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase D ease

Hillsborough................ 207,844
Tampa .................... 124,476 108,391 16,085 ..........
Plant City.................... 8,237 7,391 746 ..........
Port Tampa City............... 1,401 1,124 277 ..........
Total Urban.............. 134,114

Holmes ..................... 14,627
Bonifay....................... 2,462 1,924 538 ............
Total Urban .............. 2,462

Indian River................ 9,079
VeroBeach................... 3,629 3,050 579 ..........
W abasso ........... ........... 998 ..................... .....
Sebastian...... ............... 328 425 ............ 97
Fellsmere ...................... 312 643 ............ 331
Total Urban ............... 5,267

Jackson..................... 34,509
Marianna..................... 5,526 5,079 447 ..........
Graceville..................... 1,388 1,181 207 ..... ...
Cottondale ................... 710 719 ............ 9
Sneads............... ........ 709 727 ............ 18
Malone........................ 554 542 12 ..........
Greenwood .................... 354 293 61 ..... ..
Hamilton ............ .......... 284 311 ............ 27
Cypress....................... 264 212 52 ..........
Compass Lake................. 81 ..... .......................
Total Urban............... 9,870

Jefferson................... 11,066
Monticello..................... 2,278 2,042 236 ..........
Total Urban .............. 2,278

Lafayette.................... 3,995
M ayo. ............... ... ..... 877 915 ............ 38
Total Urban ............... 877

Lake...................... 27,946
Leesburg..................... 5,964 4,687 1,277 ..........
Eustis..................... .... 3,281 2,930 351 ..........
M ount Dora................... 1,850 1,880 ............ 30
Clermont..................... 1,558 1,631 ............ 73
Tavares...................... 1,128 1,119 9 .........
Unatilla...................... 1,051 1,149 ............ 98
Groveland ..................... 722 411 311 ..........
M hscotte ...................... 522 239 283 ..........
Fruitland Park ................ 482 362 120 ..........
Altoona....................... 439 .
M inneola...................... 303 269 34 ..........
Monte Verde .................. 263 312 ............ 49
Astatula....................... 201 153 48 ........
Lady Lake.................... 193 309 ............ 116
Howey-in-the-Hills ............ 163 203 ............ 40
Total Urban.............. 18,120

Lee......................... 23,593
Ft. Myers................... 15,198 10,604 4,594 ..........
Tice ... ...................... 991 .. ...........
Total Urban............... 16,189










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 75

TABLE 20-Continued
POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Decrease

Leon....................... 35,451
Tallahassee.................... 18,105 10,604 4,594 ............
Total Urban............... 18,105

Levy .... ................. 9,902
Chiefland...................... 1,120 572 548 ...........
W illiston... :................. 1,048 890 158 ........
Cedar Keys ...... ............. 832 988 ............ 156
Bronson.. :................... 740 758 ............ 18
M ontbrook.................... 257 ...... .. .....................
Total Urban ... :......... 3,997

Liberty.. .... 3,193
No Incorporated Towns

Madison.................... 15,537
Madison....................... 2,518 2,730 ........... 212
Greenville................ .. 1,136 1,114 22 .........
Lee.... :..................... 239 258 ........... 19
Total Urban .............. 3,893

Manatee ................... 26,803
Bradenton.................... 12,146 7,444 4,702 ..........
Palmetto..................... 3,563 3,491 72 ..........
Anna Maria .................. 203 158 45 ..........
Total Urban............... 15,912

Marion.................... 35,132
Ocala....................... 10,242 8,969 1,256 ..........
Dunnellon..................... 1,344 1,217 127 ............
Belleview .... ..... ......... 882 433 149 ..........
Reddick............. :......... 504 392 112 ..........
M cIntosh ..................... 303 397 ............ 95
Citra ......................... 185 ........ ............ ..........
Total Urban............... 13,159

Martin...................... 6,094
Stuart......................... 2,516 2,438 78 ..........
Total Urban .............. 2,516
Monroe.................... 19,018
Key W t t..................... 14,246 12.927 1,319 ..........
Total Urban............... 14,246
Nassau .................... 10,859
Fernandina................... 4,438 3,492 946 ..........
Ttal Urban............... 4,438
Okaloosea.................. 16,155
Crestview ................... 4,064 2,252 1,182 ............
Niceville...................... 2,085 948 1,137 ..........
Fort Walton................... 1,080 ........
Laurel Hill...... :............. 616 350 266 ..
Valparaiso..................... 400 221 179 ..........
Total Urban.............. 8,245
Okeechobee.................. 2,919
Okeechobee City............... 1,435 1,658 ............ 223
Total Urban .............. 1,435











76 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 20-Continued

POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES


Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Decrease


Orange.................... 86,782
Orlando................. ... 50,105
Winter Park ................. 5,586
Winter Garden ................ 3,010
Apopka..... ................. 1,252
Ocoee... ...................... 610

Total Urban............... 60,563


Osceola. ................... 10,562
Kissimmee ........ ....... 4,010
St. Cloud...................... 1,202

Total Urban .............. 5,212


Palm Beach.... ........... 112,311
West Palm Beach...............
Lake Worth ................
Delray Beach.................
Belle Glade......... ....
Pahokee ....................
Palm Beach...............
Riviera .......................
Boynton Beach ...............
Boca Raton.................
Green Acres .................
Lake Park................. ..
Lantana.....................
Canal Point ................


40,599
10,615
4,943
4,800
4,413
3,596
2,512
2,001
1,387
959
537
505
464


36,736
4,715
3,060
1,312
702


33,693
7,406
3,737
3,806
4,766
3,747
1,981
1,326
723
304
234.


13,369
871

............


50
60
92


785 ... ... ...
.......... 840


6,906
3,209
1,206
994

531
675
664
655

271.


353
151

.. . .


Total Urban ............... 77,331


Pasco ..................... 13,729
DadeCity. ................... 2,689 2,561 128 .........
Zephyrhills ................... 1,239 1,252 ........... 13
New Port Richey............... 923 920 3 ..........
San Antonio .................. 513 267 246...........
Port Richey.................... 219 134 85 ..........

Total Urban ............... 5,583


Pinellas..................... 130,268
St. Petersburg ................ 85,184 60,812 24,372 ..........
Clearwater .................... 14,846 10,136 4,710 ...........
Tarpon Springs ................ 4,727 3,402 1,325 ..........
Gulf Port ................... .. 2,443 1,581 862 ..........
Pass-a-Grille................... 1,350 398 952 ..........
Pinellas Park. ................ 1,244 691 553 ..........
Dunedin....................... 1,144 1,758 ............ 614
Largo....................... 1,027 1,031 ............ 4
Safety Harbor................. 1,023 694 329 ..........
Sunshine Beach......... 475 ...... ... ........ ...........
Reddington Beach..... ........ 201 ......... ..... .. .
Boca Ciea .................... 101 ...............................
St. Petersburg Beach........... 56... ......................
Treasure Island ............... 13 ...................................

Total Urban.............. 113,834









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 77

TABLE 20-Continued
POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Decrease

Polk................ ... .. 112,429
Lakeland ................... 31,461 22,068 9,393 .......
Bartow........ ... ............ 8,721 6,158 2,563 ..........
WinterHaven.................. 8,109 6,199 1,910 .....
Lake Wales................... 6,210 5,024 1,186 ......
Haines City............. ...... 5,132 3,890 1,242 ..........
Auburndale ...... ............. 3,018 2,723 295 ... ..
Mulberry........... ....... ... 2,123 1,502 621 ............
Ft. M eade ....... .... ........ 2,063 1, 92 71 ..........
Frostproof............... 1,987 1,704 283 ..........
Lake Alfred............... ... 1,035 920 115 ..........
Eagle Lake .................. 886 862 24 ... ...
Davenport................. 637 640 ............ 3
Dundee........... .......... 433 694 ......... .. 261
Lake Hamilton ................ 347 344 3 ..........
Polk City ........ ............ 186 195 ............ 9
Total Urban .............. 72,348

Putnam ..................... 17,837
Palatka....................... 6,833 7,140 ............ 307
Crescent City.................. 1,102 1,124 ....... 22
Welaka .................. .... 454 457 ............
Pomona ...................... 306 316 ............ 10
Interlachen .................. 134 251 ............ 117
Total Urban............... 8,829

St.Johns.................. 21,596
St. Augustine ................ 12,409 12,090 319 ...........
Hastings ..................... 1,167 1,035 132 ............
Total Urban .............. 13,576

St. Lucie................... 12,958
Ft. Pierce .................... 9,482 8,040 1,442 .....
Total Urban .............. 9,482

Santa Rosa.................. 16,986
Milton ..................... 3,158 1,851 1,307 ......
Total Urban .............. 3,158

Sarasota..................... 19,202
Sarasota......... ............. 13,857 11,141 2,716 ....... ...
Venice ....................... 849 507 342 ..........
Total Urban .............. 14,706

Seminole ................... 24,560
Sanford....................... 12,497 10,217 2,280 .
Oviedo........................ 1,119 1,356 ............ 237
Altamonte Springs ............. 574 551 23 ..........
Longwood ..................... 469 406 63 ............
Lake M onroe .................. 47 .................... ............
Total Urban............... 14,706

Sumter...................... 10,417
Wildwood..................... 2,025 1,346 679 ..........
Webster....................... 1,197 454 743 ..........
Coleman...................... 882 764 118 ..... ..
Bushnell ..................... 509 676 ............ 167
Center Hill ................... 473 545 ............ 72
Total Urban............... 5,086









78 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS

TABLE 20-Continued

POPULATION OF CITIES, TOWNS AND VILLAGES, BY COUNTIES

Total Total
COUNTY CITY 1945 1940 Increase Decrease

Buwannee.................. 17,602
Live Oak.......... ........... 3,855 3,427 428 ..........
Branford ................... 882 684 198 ..........
Total Urban .............. 4,737


Taylor...................... 10,738
Perry......................... 3,599 2,668 931 ..........
Total Urban.............. 3,599


Union......... : ............ 6,051
Lake Butler ................... 1,005 923 82 .......
Total Urban ............... 1,005


Yolusia..................... 58,492
DaytonaBeach........... :. 25,311 22,584 2,727 .........
DeLand ..................... 7,245 7,041 204 ..........
New bmyrna.................. 4,431 4,402 29 ..........
Holly Hill.................... 2,105 1,665 440 ........
Ormond...................... 1,721 1,914 ............ 193
Port Orange .................. 1,048 662 386 ..........
Lake Helen .................... 732 587 145 ...........
Pierson........................ 650 541 109 ............
Coronado Beach ............... 621 328 293 ..........
Edgewater ..................... 601 477 124 ..........
Orange City................... 500 489 11 ............
DeLeon Sprinus ................ 168 ................................
Total Urban............... 45,133


Wakulla.................... 5,059
No Incorporated Town.


Walton........... ........ 13,871
DeFuniak Springs............. 2,624 2,570 54 ..........
Total Urban ............... 2,624


Washington.................. 11,889
Chipley....................... 2,244 2,167 77 ..........
Vernon........................ 551 539 12 ..........
Caryville ...................... 418 279 139 ..........
Total Urban .............. 3,213











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 21

SHOWING TOTAL POPULATION OF CITIES BY RACE AND SEX


CITY COUNTY


Alachua..................... Alachua......
Altamonte Springs........... Seminole.....
Altoona.................... Lake.........
Anna Maria.............. Manatee.....
Apalachicola................. Franklin.....
Apopka................. Orange.......
Arcadia ... .......... DeSoto. ....
Archer...................... Alachua.....
Astula .................... Lake.........
Atlantic Beach............ Duval........
Auburndale.................. Polk.........
Avon Park................ Highlands....
Baldwin.................... Duval.......
Bartow...................... Polk ........
Belle Glade ......... .... Palm Beach..
Belleview................. Marion......
Biscaynepark............... Dad e. .....
Blountatown................. Calhoun.....
Boca Ceiga ................ Pinellas.....
Boca Raton.............. Palm Beach..
Bonifay ... .............. Holmes.....
Bowling Green ............... Hardee.. ..
Boynton Beach............. Palm Beach..
Bradenton............ ... Manatee...
Branford................... Suwannee...
Bronson .................... Levy........
Brocksville................. Hernando...
Bunnell........... .. Flagler......
Bushnell. ................ Sumter......
Campbellton................. Jackson.....
Canal Point................. PalmBeach..
Carrabelle................ Franklin....
Caryvillei................... Washington..
Cedar Key................. Levy.......
CenterHill.............. Sumter......
Chattahoochee............ Gadsden....
Chiefland................ Levy.......
Chipley............... Washington..
Citra .................... Marion......
Clearwater................ .. Pinellas.....
Clermont................ Lake........
Clewiston. ............... Hendry.....
Cocoa....................... Brevard.....
Cocoa Beach.............. Brevard.....
Coleman................. Sumter......
Compass Lake............. Jackson.....
CoralGables................ Dade.......
Coronado Beach.............: Volusia....
Cottondale.................. Jackson....
Crescent City................ Putnam....
Crestview............... Okaloosa....
Cross City............... Dirie.......
Crystal River.............. Citrus.......
Cypress................. ... Jackson.....
Dade City............... Pasco.......
Dania........ .......... Broward....
Davenport................. Polk........
Daytona Beach............. Volusia......
Deerfield................ Broward.. ..
DeFuniak Springs........... Walton......
DeLand......... Voluia............Vlusia
DeLeon Springs.............. Volusia.....
Delray Beach ............... Palm Beach.
Dundee. ................ Polk.......
Dunedin................... Pinellas....
Dunnellan ............... Marion.....
EagleLake............... Polk.......
Eau Gallie............... Brevard....
Edgewater.......... ..... Volusia.....
El Portel................. Dade......


WHITE NEGRO


----


Total


1,121
574
439
203
3,813
1,252
4,456
592
201
956
3,018
4,962
914
8,721
4,800
582
914
2 022
101
1,387
2,462
720
S 2,001
12,146
882
740
1,755
1,112
509
284
464
2,357
418
832
473
S 7,829
1,120
2,?
85
15,011
1,558
1,917
4,022
150
882
81
9,250
621
710
1,102
4,064
1,819
960
264
2,689
2,979
637
25,311
2,008
2,624
7,245
168
4,943
433
1,144
1,344
886
1,089
601
582


Male

281
.134
210
92
1,332
497
1,588
212
114
442
1,345
1,993
301
2,755
887
290
482
807
57
569
986
279
587
4,487
241
203
706
361
219
51
241
1,050
142
396
175
2,520
345
904
83
5,867
547
903
1,096
76
257
40
4,374
304
319
330
1,783
768
287
94
804
769
237
7,916
285
974
2,441
77
1,470
225
433
433
424
433
282
282


I


Female

284
124
184
111
1,317
511
1,707
222
87
479
1,379
2,055
278
2,896
886
257
432
795
44
564
1,023
312
585
4,784
271
172
677
315
254
55
223
999
165
369
167
3,010
316
992
87
6,364
583
897
1,096
74
226
41
4,805
317
321
376
1,797
716
297
107
839
806
237
9,653
307
1,038
2,851
91
1,533
208
497
392
462
435
319
300


Male

265
161
22
540
132
554
78
19
142
448
174
1,551
1,461
17
206

126
215
52
415
1,375
182
211
190
228
17
81
1i52
47
33
72
1,238
231
157
8
1,315
205
68
899
202

38
28
190
233
165
192
30
496
628
86
3,572
678
278
919
943

96
257
114

..... .. .. .


Female

291
155
23
624
112
607
80
16
152
466
161
1,519
1,566
18

214

128
238
77
414
1,500
188
154
182
208
19
97
156
64
34
59
1,061
228
191
7
1,465
223
49
931
197

33
42
206
251
170
184
33
550
776
77
4,170
738
334
1,034
997

118
260

107
..... .











80 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 21-(Continued)

SHOWING TOTAL POPULATION OF CITIES BY RACE AND SEX-(Continued)


CITY COUNTY Total


Eustis....................... Lake.........
Everglades ................. Collier ......
Fellsmere.................... Indian River..
Fernandina. ................. Nassau.......
Flagler Beach................ Flagler ....
Florida City................. Dade ......
Fort Lauderdale.............. Broward....
Fort Meade................. Polk........
Fort Myers.................. Lee..........
Fort Pierce. ................ St. Lucie.....
Fort Walton................. Okalcosa.....
Fort White.................. Columbia.....
Frostproof....... ..... .... Polk.........
Fruitland Park............... Lake.........
Gainesville ................. Alachua......
Glen St. M ary............... Baker........
Golden Beach........ .... Dade........
Graceville................... Jackson......
Green Acres. ............... Palm Beach...
Green Cove Springs............ Clay.........
Greenville................... M adison .....
Greenwood............. ..... Jackson......
Groveland ................. Lake.........
Gulfport ................ Pinellas ......
Haines City ....... .. Polk.........
Hallandale .................. Broward.....
Hampton................... Alachua......
Hastings ................... St. Johns.....
Havana................... Gadsden.....
Hawthorne................. Alachua ......
Hialeah................. Dade ........
High Springs............... Alachua......
Holly Hill. ................. Volusia.......
Hollywood ................. Broward.....
Homestead .................. Dade .......
Howey-in-the-Hills........... Lake.........
Interlachen. .................. Putnam ......
Inverness.................... Citrus........
Jacksonville................ Duval.......
Jacksonville Beach.......... Duval........
Jasper .................... Hamilton.....
Jennings................... Hamilton.....
Key West .................. Monroe .....
Kiesimmee ............... Osceola ......
LaBelle..................... Hendry......
LaCrosse................... Alachua ....
Lady Lake ................ Lake.........
Lake Alfred ................ Polk.........
Lake Butler. ................ Union ........
Lake City ................ Columbia....
Lake Hamilton ............. Polk ........
Lake Helen............ ..... Volusia.......
Lakeland .................... Polk ........
Lake Park................... Palm Beach...
Lake Placid................. Polk .........
Lake Wales ................. Polk .....
Lake Worth................ Palm Beach...
Lantana..................... Palm Beach...
Largo....................... Pinellas .....
Laurel Hill.................. Okaloosa ....
Lawtey ........ .......... Bradford .....
Lee ....................... Madison ..
Leesburg ................ Lake.........
Live Oak................. .. Suwannee....
Longwood ....... ....... Seminole .....
Lynn Haven....................Bay. ........
M acclenny .......... .... Ba ........
McIntosh.. ......... .... Marion.......
Madison .................... Madison.....
M alone ..................... Jackson ......


3,281
629
312
4,438
88
1,006
26,185
2,063
15,198
9,482
1,080
50
1,987
482
14,944
150
125
1,388
959
3,036
1,136
354
722
2,443
5,132
1,519
408
1,167
1,353
811
4,803
1,894
2,105
7,740
3,015
163
134
1,220
206,442
5,943
1,734
459
17,763
4,010
848
196
193
1,035
1,005
6,557
347
732
31,461
537
396
6,210
10,615
505
514
1,616
543
239
5,964
3,85,
469
1,694
1,132
302
2,520
554


WHITE NEGRO


Male Female


Male Female

1,094 1,257
266 230
156 156
1,487 1,524
44 44
303 244
9,867 10,784
742 793
5,542 5,725
2,580 2,679
493 504
24 26
969 939
206 258
4,685 5,362
66 84
56 69
537 547
135 824
1,162 1,135
271 264
96 121
245 268
1,239 1,203
1,771 1,642
355 355
171 151
395 373
317 344
184 196
2,232 2,277
606 661
1,040 1,059
3,755 3,985
1,021 1,012
64 81
43 35
431 396
67,100 72,280
2,506 2,768
511 542
128 136
7,476 7,250
1,539 1,575
409 436
56 59
76 70
362 375
366 389
2,229 2,332
175 172
201 249
11,658 12,782
235 252
203 193
1,878 1,916
4,920 5,445
248 257
257 212
323 243
122 104
107 114
1,807 2,012
1,237 1,315
231 205
765 722
495 480
120 117
659 722
203 246


418
96

681
207
2,676
244
1,934
2,001
37

41
12
2,179

144
374
275
67
111
1
865
392
38
202
299
199
145
286
2

494
14
25
196
31,606
29
305
94
1,455
452
2
33
24
153
122
979
140
3,347
28

1,266
128
232
29
152
10
981
613
20
102
78
38
549
42


512
37
746

252
2,858
284
1,997
2,222
46
38
6
2,718

160

365
326
70
98

854
417
48
197
393
232
149
341
4

488
4
31
197
35,456
733
376
101
1,582
444
1
48
23
145
128
1,017
142
3,674
22

122

21
165
8
1,164
690
13
105
79
27
590
63


I










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 81


TABLE 21-(Continued)

SHOWING TOTAL POPULATION OF CITIES BY RACE AND SEX-(Continued)


WHITE NEGRO

CITY COUNTY Total
Male Female Male Female


Marianna .................. Jackson...... 5,586 1,832 2,074 718 962
M ascotte.................... Lake......... 522 261 261 ..... ....
Mayo ..................... Lafayette..... 877 317 308 12 123
Melbourne................... Brevard...... 4,010 1,401 1,512 530 567
Melbourne Beach............ Brevard...... 140 58 78 1 3
Miami ..................... Dade ....... 192,122 72,433 81,662 17,477 20,550
Miami Beach................ Dade........ 32,256 14,922 17,068 46 150
Miami Shores................ Dad ........ 2,796 1,317 1,479 ... .... ......
Miami Springs............... Dade....... 1,863 921 910 16 16
Mlicanopy.................. Alachua...... 311 131 116 28 36
Milton................... Santa Rosa... 1,904 805 804 149 146
Mims. ...................... Brevard ...... 1,081 229 224 319 309
Mineola................... Lake......... 303 146 157 ..........
Montbrook.................. Levy........ 257 66 52 62 77
Mount Dora................ Lake......... 1,850 660 767 197 226
Monticello .................. Jefferson..... 2,278 628 725 410 515
Montverde.................. Lake......... 263 125 122 16 ... ..
Moore Haven............... Glades ...... 599 221 228 75 75
Mulberry.................... Polk ........ 2,123 794 697 317 315
Naples .................... Collier ...... 976 439 439 50 48
Neptune .................... Duval ...... 1,298 609 689 ..... ... ..
Newberry................... Alachua...... 752 220 224 144 164
New Port Richey.......... Hernando.... 922 451 471 ..................
New Smyrna........ Volusia.......Volsia 4,431 434 1,489 715 793
Niceville ................... Okaloosa.... 2,085 1,069 1,005 7 4
North Miami ................ Dade....... 2,776 1,429 1,347 ....... ....
North Miami Beach.......... Dade........ 1,082 522 499 31 30
Oakland Park................ Broward..... 582 253 241 34 54
Ocala....................... Marion....... 10,242 2,654 3,040 2,182 2,366
Ocoee ..................... Orange ....... 610 324 286 ..........
Okeechobee.................. Okeechobee... 1,435 687 633 56 59
Opalocka .................. Dade........ 1,855 831 745 133 146
Orange City ................ Vouia ....... 500 177 223 38 62
Orange Park................ Clay......... 1,085 485 313 145 142
Orlando..................... Orange..... 50,105 18,179 18,010 6,927 6,989
Ormand.................... Volusia....... 1,741 468 532 355 386
Oviedo ..................... Seminole..... 1,119 299 244 333 243
Pahokee..................... PalmBeach... 4,413 1,038 1,025 1,116 1,234
Palatka..................... Putnam...... 6,833 1,950 2,058 1,332 1,493
PalmBeach ................. PalmBeach... 3,596 1,585 1,953 15 43
Palmetto.................... Manatee..... 3,563 890 913 905 855
Panama City............... Bay......... 23,914 9,571 9,752 2,092 2,499
Pass-a-Grille................ Pinellas...... 1,350 610 721 8 11
Pensacola................... Escambia..... 43,304 13,789 15,152 6,425 7,038
Perry.............. .......... Taylor....... 3,599 1,024 1,059 728 788
Pierson ..................... Volusia....... 650 228 222 100 100
Pinellas Park................. Pinellas...... 949 504 445 ...... ...
Plant City .................. Hillsborough.. 8,237 2,640 2,777 1,305 1,515
Polk City ................. Polk......... 186 92 85 3 6
Pomona............ Putnam...... 306 115 105 52 34
Pompano .................... Broward..... 2,445 220 215 983 1,027
Port Orange................ Volusia....... 1,048 376 400 124 148
Port Richey ................ Hernando.... 219 117 102 ...................
Port St. Joe................ Gulf......... 2,467 733 765 474 495
Port Tampa ................ Hillsborough.. 1,401 385 426 287 303
Punta Gorda................ Charlotte.... 2,084 841 785 236 222
Quincy..................... Gadsden..... 5,346 1,333 1,510 1,101 1,402
Reddick..................... Marion....... 504 91 118 139 156
Reddington Beach............ Pinellas...... 201 88 109 1 3
Riviera .................... PalmBeach... 2,512 914 824 392 382
Rockledge .................. Brevard...... 1,226 530 598 47 51
Safety Harbor...... ....... Pinellas...... 1,023 448 434 75 66
San Antonia................. Pasco........ 513 204 210 54 45
St. Augustine............... St.Johns..... 12,409 4,482 4,797 1,404 1,726
St. Cloud ................. Osceola...... 1,202 581 615 4 2
St. Petersburg............... Pinellas...... 85,184 33,087 40,627 5,206 6,264
St. Petersburg Beach ....... Pinellas...... 56 26 30 ..................
Sanford..................... Seminole..... 12,497 3,394 2,874 3,160 3,069
Sarasota.................... Sarasota...... 13,857 4,832 5,235 1,823 1,967
Sebastian................... Indian River 328 167 136 11 14










82 FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 21-(Continued)

SHOWING TOTAL POPULATION OF CITIES BY RACE AND SEX-(Continued)

WHITE NEGRO

CITY COUNTY Total
Male Female Male Female

Sebring ................. Highlands.... 4,893 2,019 2,025 407 442
Sneads.. .............. Jackson...... 709 277 271 72 89
South Miami................. Dade........ 2,739 660 675 672 732
Springfield. .... ......... Bay......... 607 268 243 43 53
Starke..................... Bradford..... 2,130 784 902 210 234
Stuart...................... Martin....... 2,516 862 920 362 372
Sunshine Beach............. Pinelas...... 475 228 245 .......... 2
Surfside....... ........ .... Dade ........ 991 468 523 .................
Tallahassee................. Leon....... .. 18,105 5,118 6,265 2,834 3,888
Tampa...................... Hillsborough.. 124,476 47,378 50,819 12,396 13,883
Tarpon Springs........... Pinellas...... 4,727 2,097 1,867 400 363
Tavares.................... Lake......... 1,128 433 472 109 114
Tice ....................... Lee .......... 991 305 488 .
Titusville................... Brevard...... 2,249 801 811 411 420
Trenton.................... Gilchrist..... 895 279 284 162 170
Umatilla................... Lake......... 1,051 494 554 1 2
Valparaiso.................. Okaloosa..... 400 207 193 ...... .....
Venice..................... Sarasota...... 849 385 400 31 33
Vernon..................... Washington... 551 256 248 21 26
VeroBeach ................. Indian River.. 3,629 1,674 1,688 121 146
Wabasso ................... Indian River.. 998 244 254 256 244
Waldo ..................... Alachua...... 497 196 212 47 42
Wauchula.................. Hardee..... 2,916 1,370 1,343 104 99
Webster.................... Sumter....... 1,197 345 308 267 277
Welaka..................... Putnam...... 458 139 120 93 106
West Palm Beach............ Palm Beach... 40,599 13,304 14,702 5,806 6,787
Wewahitchka............... Gulf......... 1,139 521 459 78 81
WhiteSprings................ Hamilton..... 652 240 245 76 91
Wildwood................... Sumter....... 2,025 740 754 259 272
Williston .................. Levy......... 1,048 508 540 .... ... ....
Winter Garden ............. Orange...... 3,010 1,190 1,162 329 329
WinterHaven.............. Polk......... 8,109 3,361 3,506 620 622
WinterPark................. Orange...... 5,586 1,836 2,199 696 855
Zephyr Hills................. Pasco........ 1,239 569 576 45 49
ZolfoSprings................ Hardee....... 254 107 106 21 20









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 83


TABLE 22

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1895 1900 1905

Jacksonville ................ 1,045 2,118 6,912 7,650 17,201 25,130 28,420 35,301
Miami.. 1,681 4,733
Tampa................................... 796 720 5,532 15,634 15,839 22,823
St Petersburg ......... ... ............ .. .......... 274 308 1,575 2,316
Orlando......................... ........2 ..........2,856 2,993 2,481 3,511
Pensacola................. 2,164 2,876 3,347 6,845 11,750 14,084 17,747 21,505
West Palm Beach.................. ........................... 1,164 564 1,280
M iami Beach............. ..... ..... ... .... ............ .... ........................
Lakeland................ ........ ...... .. ........ ........ 552 ........ 1,180 3,299
Fort Lauderdale........... .......... ........ ......... ..................
D aytona Beach............ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 233
Panama City............................ .. ...
Tallahassee................ ................ ... .............. 2,934 3,931 2,981 3,311
Ft M yers................ ......... ........ ........ ........ ........ 725 943 1,425
Gainesville ................ ........ ............... ........ 2,709 3,152 3,633 5,413
Clearwater...... ............ .................. .... ....... ...... 300 343 610
Key West ................ ........ 2,832........ 9,90 18,080 16,502 17,114 20,498
Sarasota..... ........................................ ....... ........ ........ 788
Sanford .................................. .. ................ 2,016 1,517 1,450 2,822
St Augustine............... ........ ............... 4,742 4,151 4,272 5,121
Bradenton................ ....... ........ ........ ........ ........ 200 900 1,494
Lake Worth.......... ...............................................................
Oeala..................... ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,904 4,597 3,385 4,493
Ft Pierce................. ........ ......... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 800
Coral Gables............... ...... ... .. ... .... .... ..... ........ ........ ........ ........
Bartow .................... ........ ................ ........ 1,386 1,931 1,983 1,905
Plant City................. ........ ........ ........ ........ 349 ........ 720 1,544
W inter H aven............. ........ ......... .... ..... .... ... .... ........ ........ 375
Chattahoochee......................................................................
Hollywood ................. .... ........ ............................... ...............
DeLand................... ............... ................ 1,113 1,609 1,449 1,496
Palatka.................. ................ ........ ........ 3,039 2,828 3,401 3,950
Lake City ................ ................. ........ ........ 2,020 1,940 4,013 6,509
Lake Wales............................................
Leesburg ........................... ........................ 722 805 765 844
Jacksonville B each ......... ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ....... ........
W inter Park............... ........ ........ ....... ........ 270 ........ 366 461
M arianna ............... ....... ... .... ........ ........ 926 929 900 1,411
Quincy.................... ........ ........ ........ ........ 681 962 847 1,075
Haines City........ ............. ........
Avon Park... ........ ............... .............. ......... 400 .............
D elray Beach.............. ... .... ........................ ................ ......
Sebring .................. ........
Hialeah................... ................. .. ........ ........ .....
Belle Glade .......... .......... ... ............... ........
Tarpon Springs ............ .. ....................... 327 562 541 740
Arcadia ........ .... .............. ........................ 530 799 1,557
Fernandina............... .... ................. ....... 2,803 2,511 3,245 4,959
New Smyrna............. .. ............................ 287 500 543 750
Pahokee........ .... ... .. ............... ..... ...................
Crestview ................ ...... ........ ....... ........ ......... ........ ........
Cocoa............ ........ ........................ 312 ........ 382 500
Kissimmee................. ........ ........ ........ ........ 1,086 1,172 1,132 1,530
Melbourne..................... ....... ......... 99 300 131 260
Live Oak..................... ....................... 687 827 1,659 7,200
Apalachicola............... .............................. 2,727 3,061 3,077 3,244
Vero Beach................ ........ .... ..... .......... ............. ........
Perry .................... ... ............ ............................... ....... 2,62
Palm Beach ...... ...... ........ ... .... ................ .. 300 ........ ........
Palmetto.................................. ..... ........ 224 392 569 733
Eustis ..... ............. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ........ 563 411 529
Milton ................... ........................... 1,455 1,800 1,204 1,432
Green Cove Springs......... ............. ........ ........ 1,106 00 929 1,077
Auburndale ................... ........................ ...... ..............
Homestead............ ..................................... .............
W inter Garden........... .................... .. ..
Dania.......... ... ..... ..... ........................ ........ .. ........
W auchula. ... ....... ...... ......... ......... ..... .. ...... ...... ...... ........ ... 800










FLORIDA STATE CENSUS


TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945
1 1 1 1 1 1- -194


S Jacksonville...............
Miami....................
r Tampa.....................
S St Petersburg...........
Orlando................
Pensacola .................
West Palm Beach..........
Miami Beach..............
Lakeland..................
Ft Lauderdale.............
Daytona Beach............
Panama City...............
Tallahassee...............
Ft M yers.................
Gainesville................
Clearwater ................
Key West..................
Sarasota...................
Sanford ..................
St Augustine.............
Bradenton.................
Lake Worth...............
Ocala.....................
Ft Pierce.................
Coral Gables ..............
Bartow...................
Plant City .................
Winter Haven.............
Chattahoochee............
Hollywood ................
DeLand..................
Palatka ...................
Lake City.................
Lake Wales ...............
Leesburg .................
Jacksonville Beach.........
Winter Park...............
M arianna.................
Quincy.....................
Haines City...............
Avon Park ................
Delray Beach..............
Sebrin g... .............
H ialeah..................
Belle Glade...............
Tarpon Springs...........
Arcadia...................
Fernandina................
New Smyrna...............
Pahokee...................
Crestview ...............
Cocoa..................
Kissimmee ................
Melbourne ................
Live Oak ..................
Apblaehicola ..............
Vero Beach................
Perry.....................
'Palm Beach...............
Palmetto.................
Eustis ...................
Milton....................
Green Cove Springs.........
Auburndale ...............
Homestead...............
Winter Garden............
Dania ..................
Wauchula ................


57,699
5,471
37,782
4,127
3,894
22,982
1,743

3,719

331
425
5,018
2,463
6,183
1,171
19,945
840
3,570
5,494
1,886

4,370
1,333

2,662
2,481


2,812
3,779
5,032
991

570
1,915
3,204





2,212
1,736
3,482
1,121

613
2,157
157
3,450
3,065

1,012

773
910
831
1,319

351
269
1,099


66,850
15,592
48,160
7,186
6,448
23,219
4,090

7,287
1,870
582
2,013
5,193
3,244
6,736
1,932
18,495
1,682
4,998
5,471
3,305
612
5,370
1,942

3,412
3,229
1,226

3,490
4,622
3,422

1,360

787
2,357
3,451
378
418
839
398

1,938
3,504
3,114
2,012

807
4,221
408
3,294
3,400

1,941
113
1,625
1,148
1,415
2,287
511
721
648
512
1,839


91,558
29,571
51,608
14,237
9,282
31,035
8,659
644
7,062
2,065
825
1,722
5,637
3,678
6,860
2,247
18,749
2,149
5,588
6,192
3,868
1,106
4,914
2,115

4,203
3,729
1,597

3,324
5,102
3,341
796
1,835
357
1,078
2,499
3,118
651
890
1,051
812

2,105
3,479
3,147
2,007

500
1,445
2,722
533
3,103
3,066
793
1,956
1,135
2,046
1,193
1,594
2,093
715
1,307
1,021
762
2,081


95,450
69,754
94,743
26,847
22,225
25,305
19,146
2,342
17,051
5,625
2,129
2,134
6,415
6,674
8,466
5,004
13,701
5,529
7,262
10,458
7,306
4,617
6,721
3,319
901
5,593
6,440
3,497
1,514

5,799
7,208
4,279
2,747
3,030
620
2,360
3,069
2,771
2,026
1,534
1,469
1,841

2,685
4,185
3,078
4,340

843
2,216
3,823
1,245
2,837
3,003
1,442
2,479
1,150
3,040
2,435
2,190
1,605
1,574
2,114
1,805
1,473
2,688


129,549
110,637
101,161
40,425
27,330
31,579
26,610
6,494
18,554
8,666
16,598
5,402
10,700
9,082
10,465
7,607
12,831
8,398
10,100
12,111
5,986
5,940
7,281
4,803
5,697
5,269
6,800
7,130
5,624
2,869
5,246
6,500
4,416
3,401
4,113
409
3,686
3,372
3,788
3,037
3,355
2,333
2,912
2,600
926
3,414
4,082
3,023
4,149
2,256
930
2,164
3,163
2,677
2,734
3,150
2,268
2,744
1,707
3,043
2,835
1,466
1,719
1,849
2,319
2,023
1,674
2,574


146,259
127,600
100,151
40,856
30,481
30,826
27,248
13,330
21,017
9,222
20,099
8,701
11,725
10,312
12,274
9,044
12,317
9,802
10,903
10,418
6,139
5,119
8,110
6,376
6'747
5,835
7,094
5,527
2,563
3,355
6,241
6,543
4,738
4,388
4,326
1,094
4,837
4,023
4,064
3,430
3,869
2,708
3,194
3,168
1,646
3,520
4,077
2,694
4,770
3,421
1,078
2,809
3,379
2,753
2,995
3,730
3,056
2,400
1,836
3,092
3,449
1,537
1,742
1,669
3,034
2,301
2,469
2,705


173,065
172,172
108,391
60,812
36,736
37,449
33,693
28,012
22,068
17,996
22,584
11,610
16,240
10,604
13,757
10,136
12,927
11,141
10,217
12,090
7,444
7,408
8,986
8,040
8,294
6,158
7,491
6,199
7,110
6,239
7,041
7,140
5,836
5,024
4,687
3,566
4,715
5,079
3,888
3,890
3,125
3,737
3,155
3,958
3,806
3,402
4,055
3,492
4,402
4,766
2,252
3,098
3,225
2,622
3,427
3,268
3,050
2,668
3,747
3,491
2,930
1,851
1,752
2,723
3,154
3,060
2,902
2,710


206,442 /,2.23
192,122
124,4-
85, 1:1
50,105
43,304
40,599- ,'" .
32,25618 ~ .'
31,461-
26,185
25,311
23,914
18,105
15,198
15,081
14,846
14,246
13,857
12,497
12,409
12,146
10,615
10,242
9,482
9,250
8,721
8,237
8,109
7,829
7,740
7,245
6,833
6,557
6,210
5,964
5,943
4,586
5,526
5,348
5,132
4,962
4,943
4,893
4,803
4,800
4,727
4,456
4,438
4,431
4,413
4,064
4,022
4,010
4,010
3,895
3,813
3,629
3,599
3,596
3,563
3,281
3,158
3,036
3,018
4 0151
3,010
2,9791
2,916









FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 85


TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1895 1900 1905

Miami Shores....... ....... ... .. ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ .....
North Miami.............. ...... ........ .............. .. .... ..... ........ ........
South Miami.............. ........... ................. .. .. ....
Dade City ..................... 321 ........ 509 4
DeFuniak Springs.......... .... ....... .......... ...... ........ ............. 1,230
Madison.................... ..... ..781 755 849 1,217
Stuart.................... .......... ................. ............................
Riviera............................ ........................ ................................
Port St. Joe ............... .... ........ ........ .... ...............
Titusville ................... ............................... 746 83 756 948
Pompano..... ..... ........ ............... ...............................
Gulf Port................. .. ...... ................ ................ ........ ...
Carrabelle............ ........ .........482 994 923 1,028
Monticello............... .... ........................ 1,218 953 1,076 100
Chipley. ............ .............................. 34 588 652
Starke .................... ........ ........ ........ ........ 7 1 2 1,102
Mulberry... ............... ............................................... 850
H olly H ill ................. ........ ......... ........ .......... ...... ................ .......
Niceville........................... ........ ........ ..... ........ .......
Puntsta Gorda.... ................................. 262 760 860 1,177
Ft. Meade......... ...... .... ................ 267 350 261 322
Wildwood... ............ ............ ...... 419 253 244 655
Blountstown.......... .. ...... .... ................................ ....... 295
Deerfield. ......... ........ .... ............ ................................
Boynton Beach................ .......... .. ........ ...... ........
Frostproof......................................... ......... ...............
Clewiston............... .................... ......... ...... .. ..... ......
High Springs.............. .............................. ................ 1,562 1,459
M iami Springs ............. .............................................
Opalocka .......................... ................ ............. ...........
Mt. Dora...................... .. ....................................... ....... .. ...
Cross City.............. ... ............. ....... ....................
Brooksvlle .................. ..... ... ............... 512 608 641 709
Ormond ........... ............................. 239 461 505 689
Lynn Haven .............. ........ ........ ........ ... ............
Clermont ......... ........ ...... ........ ........ ........ .. .........
Hallandale ........................ .... ...................... .................
Okeechobee City ............................ .. ... ........
Port Tampa City ... ....... ..... ......... ........ ........ ....... 1,111 1367 1.049
Graceville .............. ...................... ........................ 613
Boca Raton ................ .... ..... .... ........ ........................... ...
Havana.. ......... ...... ... ................ ..... ....... ........... ........ ......
Pasv-a-Grille ............... ........ ........ ............ I ..... ... ........ ... ..
Dunnellon ................................................ 532 490 700 1,155
Neptune Beach............ ......... ......................... ........................
Apopka.. ...................................... 490 ........ 218 440
Pinellas Park "................... ................. ..............................
Zephrhills .............. :::: :: :: :::.......... ........ :::::::: ::::::::........ .............
okl:edge. ...........: .... .. ..... ............ ........ ........ ....... .......
Inverness............ ....... ........... ............. ......... ..............
St. Cloud ........ ...... ....... ... ........ ........ ............ ...................
W ebster................. .............. ... .... ... .... .............
Hastings.................. .. ...... .................... ........ .......
Dunedin ........... ..... ........ ............113 137
W ewahitchka .............. ........ ...... ........- ........ ....... ........ .....
Greenville ................ ............ ......................... .... .......... ... ...... .. 3
Alachn... ....................... .334 30 37

Chiefnny ................
Tav es ................... ............................... 159 113 218
Alachua ....................... ........................ ............................... 526
Chiefland ......... ......... ...... ............. ........ ........ ........................
Oviedo ..................... ............... ........ ....................... ........
Bunnel ................. ................................
Crescent City .................... ......554 475 352 475
Eau Gallie .. ........... ...... ........ 172 310
Orange Palk ...e........... .............. ........ 228 300 245 279
North Miami Beach........ I ................. ... .......... ........









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TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945

Miami Shores............. ....... ..... ........ ......... 612 ......... 1,956 2,796
North Miami.............. ....... ................. ....... ........ 1,354 1,973 2,776
South Miami............. ....... ...... ...... 1,160 1,690 2,408 2,739
DadeCity................. 1,066 1,950 1,296 1,776 1,811 1,718 2,561 2,689
DeFuniak Springs........ 2,017 2,142 2,097 2,359 2,636 2,646 2,570 2,624
Madison.................. 1,560 1,73 1,952 2,234 2,189 2,515 2,730 2,518
Stuart ............................ 599 778 1,154 1,924 2,070 2,438 2,516
Riviera.................... ............................ 811 1,629 1,981 2,512
Port St. Joe............... ................ ........ 714 851 798 2,303 2,467
Bonifay................... 922 1,107 1,230 1,185 1,292 1,505 1,924 2,462
Titusvlle .................. 868 1,312 1,361 2,081 2,089 2,360 2,220 2,449
Pompano.................. 269 484 636 1,750 2,614 2,305 4,427 2,445
Gulf Port ................. ....... 284 ....... 596 851 1,036 1,581 2,443
Carrabelle ................. 900 950 1,055 1,584 920 1,035 1,019 2,357
Monticello .............. 1,829 2,040 1,704 1,776 1,901 2,042 2,042 2,278
Chipley...................1 15 1 953 878 1 827 2 167 2,24
Starke ................... ,135 1,239 1,023 1 1
Mulberry.... ............. 1,418 1,121 1,499 1,464 2,029 1,774 1,502 2,123
HollyHill ................. 207 378 332 850 1,146 1,454 1,665 2,105
Niceville .................. ..... .... ... .. ...... ........ 948 2,085
PuntaGorda............... 1,012 1,772 1,295 1,635 1,833 1,578 1,889 2,084
Ft. Meade................. 1,165 2,150 2,029 2,480 1,981 1,997 1,992 2,063
Wildwood ................. 329 385 480 780 1,409 1,345 1,346 2,025
Blountstown .............. 516 927 863 1,101 1,270 1,620 1,931 2,022
Deerfield.................. ........ 370 ....... ....... 1,483 1,366 1,850 2,008
Boynton Beach.. .. ....... .. ........ 1,053 1,121 1,326 2,001
Frostproof................. .....................1,035 1,406 1,632 1,704 1,987
Clewiston ................. ...... ........ ........... ........ .. 844 1,338 1,917
High Springs .............. 1,468 1,265 1,719 2,107 1,864 1,942 2,010 1,894
Miami Springs ............ ........... .. ............ 402 ........ 898 1,863
Opalocka....................... ............ 339 522 497 1,855
Mt. Dora ......................... 576 725 1,179 1,613 2,122 1,880 1,850
Cross City ................ ........ ................ 710 1,071 1,097 1,869 1,819
Brooksville ............... 979 1,385 1,011 1,745 1,405 1,547 1,607 1,755
Jasper ................... 1,730 1,31 1,20 1,724 1,748 1,722 1,722 1,734
Ormond................... 780 857 1,202 1,852 1,517 1,904 1,914 1,721
LynnHaven....................... 1,250 74 928 1,340 1,246 1,694
Clermont.................. ................ 49 749 1,086 1,321 1,631 1,558
Hallandale ................ ..................... ... 1,012 957 1,827 1,519
Okeechobce City........... ........ 982 900 1,920 1,795 1,914 1,658 1,435
Port Tampa City........... 1,343 1,071 1,030 1,253 1,242 1,090 1,124 1,401
Graceville ................. 734 731 840 1,005 1,012 1,165 1,181 1,388
Boca Raton .... .. ........ .. ..... .. ....... .. 447 784 723 1,387
Havana ................... 432 486 448 635 1,169 1,036 1,221 1,353
Pass-a-Grille .............. ..... ........ ...... .. 233 ........ 398 1,350
Dunnellon ................ 1,227 979 1,185 1,103 1,194 1,068 1,217 1,344
Netpune Beach ........................... ....... 1,363 1,298
Apopka................... 410 598 798 1,005 1,134 1,450 1,312 1,252
Pinellas Park.............. ........................... 465 ........ 691 1,244
Zephhills.................. 423 1,450 577 861 748 938 1,252 1,239
Rock edge ..................... ........ 453 494 551 567 725 1,226
Inverness............... ................ 1,132 1,271 1,115 981 1,075 1,220
St. Cloud.................. ........ 2,080 2,011 1,925 1,863 1,972 2,042 1,202
W ebster................... ... .. ........................... 14 ........ 454 1,197
H astings.................. ........ ................. ...... 673 ..... 1,035 1,167
Dunedin .................. 256 429 642 1,342 1,435 1,570 1,758 1,144
Wewahitchka.............. ............... 584 755 1,022 1,139
Greenville ................. 751 622 668 715 904 848 1,114 1,136
Macclenny................ 388 368 350 355 519 616 771 1,132
Tavares....... .. 175 449 359 719 1,090 1,123 1,119 1,128
Alachua .................. 610 744 778 840 865 1,004 1,081 1,121
Chiefland............... ................................... 421 .... 572 1,120
Oviedo ................... ........................ 1,042 1,163 1,356 1,11
Bunnell................... .........228 682 505 671 1,111 1,030 1,112
Crescent City.............. 677 809 838 1,484 955 966 1,124 1,102
Eau Gallie................. 329 543 507 550 871 1,055 873 1,089
Range Park ............ 372 341 333 332 661 716 668 1,085
North M iami Beach........ ........................................ ....... 871 1,082











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TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1895 1900 1905

Mims. ................ ............. .............................. ........
Ft. W alton ............... ....... .... .. ......... .... ...... ..
Umatilla ............ .......... .... .................................... 300
Port Orange ........... ... ............. ........................ ...
Williston........ ....... .. ........................................ 184 268
Lake Alfred............ ........ ............ ........ .......... ...
Largo .. ............................. ........ ... ... .......... 245
Safety Harbor............. ........ .. ......... .. ........... ......................
Florida City ............. ............ ... ....
Lake Butler ...... .. ... .............. ................. 431 627
Wabasso.................. ................................................
Surfside................. ............. .... ........ ......... .............
Tice... ................... .... .... ... ... .. ...... ......... .............
N aples ................... ...... ............ ....... ..... ...
Crystal River......... .. ........ ........ ........................... ....... 500
Green Acres ............... ...............................................
Atlantic Beach.............. .........................................
New Port Richey............ ........ ............ .....................
Baldwin................... ........ ... .. ...... ..... ........ ..... .........
Biscayne Park................ ............................... ........ ....
Trenton .................. ...... ......... .......................... ........
Eagle Lake ................ .................... ....................
Branford.......... ...... .. ........ ............. .......................
Coleman.............. ....... ...... ....................... ............
Mayo. ... ... ........ ... ....... ................ ...... .... ............ 494
Venice .... .. .......... ... ....... ...... ..... .. ....... .....
LaBelle .................. ... ..........
Cedar Key............ ............... ...... ............... 400 739 932
Hawthorne ............. .. ........ ..................... 335 296 374
Newberry ................ ........... ............ ......................
Bronson............ ... ............... ....... ..
LakeHelen. :........... ................ ..... ........ ...... 203 ..
Groveland....................................... .................
Bowling Green........... ....... ...... .. ........ ....... ........ 250 ....... 300
.Cottondale .......... .. ...... .. ..... ...... ..... .. ....... ..... ... ... .....
Cottondale.3.
Sneads................... .................... 368 484
White Spr;ngs ... ............. ...... ...... ......... 543 ........ 690 1,282
Pierson ... ................ .... .... .... ... ....... ........ ........ ......
Davenport............ ........ ..... ..................................
Everglades........................... .................................
Coronado Beach. ....................... ........ ....... ...... ....... ...............
Laurel Hill .............................. ...................... .... .......
Ocoee... ......... ........ ........... ..... ......... ...............
Springfield ... ............................... .... ............................
Edgewater ........ .....................
Moore Haven.............. ........ ..................... ......... ...............
Archer ...................... .. .......................... ......................
Oakland Park...... ...................... ...................... ... .......
Belleview.......................................... ...........................
El Portel ............ .................... ................... ...... .......
Altamonte Springs.............. ............. ..... .. ... ........ ............
Malone........... ................ ............... ............................
Vernon................................................. ...............
Lawtey................... ................. ............. .. ......... ...............
Lake Park ............... ... ...... ........... ........ ...............
Mascotte ............................. ............ ....... ..... .. ...
San Antonio .. ................ ........ ........ ........ ..... ....................
Bushnell.............. .......... ......... ... ............ .....................
Lantana..... ............. ........ ........ ....... ... ......... .... ........ ....

Orange City............. ... ...... ........ .. .. ........ ..... .....
W aldo ...... ............ ... .. ........ ......
Fruitland ... .... ..... ........ ........ ... .. .
Sunshine Beach ...... ... ....... ...... ...... ..... .. .................... ......
Center Hill ............... ........ ... ... ...... ........ ....... ........ ........ ........
Longwood ................. .................. .... ......
Canal Point ........... ........ .. ............... ...... ....... ..... ....
Jennings......... ..... ...... .... .................... ... ............. ........ ..... 388










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TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945

M ims .............. ........... ........ ........ .... ........ ...... .... 1,081
Ft. W alton ............... ...... .... ............. ........... 1,080
Unatilla................... 283 527 640 787 907 953 1,149 1,051
Port Orange ............ ........ 296 380 636 678 754 662 1,048
Williston................. 371 800 823 594 940 862 890 1,048
Lake Alfred....................... 253 317 570 629 791 920 1,035
Largo .................... 291 552 599 961 1,429 958 1,031 1,027
Safety Harbor....................... ....... 429 756 765 583 694 1,023
Florida City.......... ... .. .. 368 355 540 452 633 752 1,006
Lake Butler.............. 685 832 756 768 886 928 923 1,005
Wabasso ................. ........ ....... ............................ .......... 998
Surfside................... .......... ... .... ........ ...... ....... 295 991
Tice................... .. ........ ....... ............... ............... ........ 991
Naples............................ ........ ... ..... 157 390 517 1,253 976
Crystal River.............. 663 900 944 678 869 860 927 960
Green Acres ............. ......... .. ..... ..... 329 ........ 304 959
Atlantic Beach............. ................................ 164 ........ 468 956
New Port Richey................................. 862 758 797 920 923
Baldwin................ ......... 570 470 433 749 849 1,002 914
Biscayne Park ........... ............... .............. ..... .......... 500 914
Trenton.................. 304 550 400 422 706 677 773 895
Eagle Lake ............... ........ ........ ........ 476 600 590 862 886
Branford ................. ...................... ...... ... 498 ........ 684 882
Coleman.................. 387 389 640 601 786 862 764 882
Mayo................... 578 719 531 397 555 708 915 877
Venice................ ..... .... .... ....... ..... ... 309 ........ 507 849
LaBelle ................... ....... 240 377 542 397 671 837 848
Cedar Keys ............... 864 800 695 963 1,066 1,012 988 832
Hawthorne ............... 324 496 543 530 600 618 741 811
Newberry ................ 816 1,000 917 805 766 778 735 752
Bronson....................................... 493 694 651 758 740
Lake Helen ............... 646 786 978 1,017 850 629 587 732
Greveland.............. ...... ....... ............ 499 740 820 411 722
Bowling Green............. 422 670 692 849 1,025 1,064 950 720
Cottondale ....................... 392 438 595 550 743 719 710
Sneads .................... 506 571 492 662 637 740 727 709
White Springs .............. 1,177 900 984 800 618 683 600 652
Pierso. .................. .. ............... ................ 624 673 541 650
Davenport................. ........ 167 117 440 650 618 640 637
Everglades................. ........ ........ ........ 151 172 573 518 629
Corcnado Beach........... .. .... .. ...... ... .............. 214 ........ 328 621
Laurel Hill................ 316 300 291 325 302 749 350 616
Ocoee.. .................... ..................... 771 794 664 702 610
Springfield............ ................ ........................... 1,188 607
Edgewater ................ ...341 ........ 477 601
Moore Haven.......... ........... ..... 623 705 612 751 831 599
Archer.................... 468 282 420 523 576 581 517 592
Oakland Park............ ................................ 463 557 815 582
Belleview........................... ........ ................ 400 ........ 433 582
El Portel.................. ............. ................ ......... .......... 365 582
Altamonte Springs.......... ........ ........ ........ ........ 281 ........ 551 574
M alone................... ....... ........ ........ ........ 418 ........ 542 554
Vernon..................... ..... .. .. ... .. ... ...... 31 ... 31 ....... 539 551
Lawtey..... ........... ........ ........ ........ ........ 554 ... 427 543
Lake Park.............. :........::. ........ ...........:.... ............... 537
Mascotte.................. ................... ..... .. .... ... 260 ........ 239 522
San Antonio............... ............... ................ .. 322 ........ 267 513
Bushnell.................. ........ ......... ...... ........ 591 ....... 676 509
Lantana................... ................ ........ ........ 188 ........ 234 505
Reddick ............ ... ................................ 363 ........ 392 504
Orange City ......... ..... .................... 572 ........ 489 500
Waldo... 0 .... 304 550 571 668 703 736 567 497
Fruitland... L^t :: ...... ................... .......... 270 ....... 362 482
Sunshine Beach ............ ....... .......... ........ ........ ............... 475
Center Hill................ 299 495 574 713 726 673 545 473
Longwood................. ...... ............... 318 ........ 406 469
Canal Point ............. .............. 926 .. 464
Jennings................. 480 682 628 697 561 536 499 459










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TABLE 22-(Continued)
POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1850 1860 1870 1880 1890 1895 1900 1905

Welaka....................... ........ ......... .................. ...
Altoona............. ............. .. .............. .......................
Dundee.............. ... ..... ........ ...... ........ ......................
Caryville................ .. ........... ....................................
Hampton ............. .... .. ... ................. ... ......... ...............
Valparaiso................................. ....................................
Lake Placid...... .......... .. ........... .......................... ......
De Soto City............ ....... ...............................
Greenwood.......... ... ... .. ..... .. ...................... .. .. ....... ....
Lake Hamilton...... ....... ........ .... ................ ...................
Sebastian.................. ........ .. ........ ....... ........ ........
Fellsmere................. ................................. ...........
Micanopy............. ... ........ ........ ........ ........ 44 97 645 690
Pomona ............... ......... .. ..................... ... ............
Minneola.................. ........... ......... ........ ..............
McIntosh.............. .... ....... ... ....... ...............................
Campbellton.......... ........ .... ........... ...................... ...
Cypress ................. ........ ... .. .......... ........ ...... ....... ..... ...
Monte Verde .......... ................ ....... ........ ......... .. ................
Montbrook ....... ...... .......... ........ ....................... ....
Zolfo Springs ................ ...... ..... ... ................... ......... ..
Lee .......................... ................... ........... ...
Port Richey. .......... ................ ........ ........ .................
Anna Maria ....... .......... ... ..... ..... ..... ................. ...
Reddington Beach.......... ... ... .............. .... ................ ...
Astatula .............. ..... ....... ........................ ....
LaCrosse ............... ......... ... .................... ..............
Lady Lake ........ ................ .. .................................
Polk City ............ .. ....... .. .................. .......... ... ...
C itra ................. ... ....... .. ..... ... ........ ... ..... ... ..... ... .... .. .. .....
De Leon Springs........... ........... ......... ...................................
Howey-in-the-Hills........ .......... ................ .............
Cocoa Beach............... .. ....... .............. ................ ...............
Glen St Mary. ............. ............... ................. .......
Melbourne Beach ........... ..........................
Interlachen............ ... ....... .......................................
Golden Beach.......... .. ....... ...................................... ...
Beca Ciega ............... .... .......................................
Flagler Beach............................. .......................... ...
Compass Lake............ ......... ..... .................................. .
St Petersburg Beach. ...... ...... ...... ......... .. ............ ..... ...
Ft W hite................... ....... ........
Lake Monroe .......... ................. ..
Treasure Island............ ........................










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TABLE 22-(Continued)

POPULATION OF FLORIDA CITIES FROM EARLIEST CENSUS TO 1945


CITY 1910 1915 1920 1925 1930 1935 1940 1945

W elaka ... ............... ................ ....... ......... 409 ........ 457 454
Altoona..... ............... ............... ..............439
Dundee............... ..... ... .................. 615 722 694 433
Caryvdle................... 440 617 1,022 1,025 279 418
Hampton ............ .. .............. 311 ........ 478 408
Valparaiso. .......... ......... 99 ........ 221 400
Lake Placid.... ................... ................. 582 761 340 398
De Soto City............. ...................... ......... 231 ........ 131 367
Greenwood .............. .. ................ ................ 235 ........ 293 354
Lake Hamilton........ 399 ........ 344 347
Sebastian................. ..... ............ 386 ........ 425 328
Felsmere.............. ........ .. .. ....... 356 ........ 643 312
Micanopy................ 613 617 546 740 725 722 720 311
Pomona ................ ... ................ 400 ........ 316 306
Minneola ..................... ..... ...... ........ ......... 185 ........ 269 303
McIntosh .................. ........ .......... 272 .... ...... 397 302
Campbellton.............. ....... ..... .... ....314 ........ 311 284
Cypress ............... ............... ................ 240 ........ 212 264
onte Verde... ......................... ..... 297 ........ 312 263
Montbrook..... ........ ............... ....... ..... .... .... ....... ........ 2 257
Zolfo Springs ............... .................... 272 ........ 223 254
Lee .................... .. ........... .. 185 ........ 258 239
Port Richey............... 104 ........ 134 219
Anna Maria ............. ...................... 77 ........ 158 203
Reddington Beach..... ......................... .. ... ............ ... 201
Astatila................... ........1 153 201
LaCrosse .............. ............... .. ... ............... 374 ........ 192 196
Lady Lake ....................... ............. 233........ 309 193
Polk City .... ........... .. ................ 222 ........ 195 186
Citra .............. .... .... ................................................ 1
DeLeon Springs ....... .... ..... ........ .............. ....... ................ 168
Howey- n-the-Hil ls ..... ............... ............... 338 203 163
Cocoa Beach ..................... ......... ........ 31 ........ 49 150
Glen St. Mary............ ......... ...................................... 150
Melbourne Beach........ .. .. ....... ..... .. 72 ........ 90 140
Interlachen.......... ...... ........ ................ ........ 235 ........ 251 134
Golden Beach... ................ ........ 36 ........ 83 125
Boca Ciega....... .. ...................................... ........ 101
Fagler Beach ........... ..... 1 .. .... ...... 133 88
Compass Lake....... ..... .. .. ........... 81
St Petersburg..B'.Ci.i .... ....................... 56
Ft White.......... ...... 272 ...... 317 50
Lake Monroe........... ..... ....... ............... 47
Treasure Island............ .... ..... ... ..... ................ ........ ........ 13











FLORIDA STATE CENSUS 91


TABLE 23
NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES



Alachua Baker Bay Bradford Brevard Broward


Alabama................. 1,065 43 9,084 74 363 891
Arizona................. 3 ............ 12 3 12 28
Arkansas ............... 113 2 251 25 89 379
California................ 72 5 67 3 80 298
Colorado ................ 23 1 54 7 45 102
Connecticut.............. 69 1 38 6 135 462
Delaware ............... 10 ............ 8 ........... 7 82
District of Columbia...... 29 1 23 13 30 141
Florida................. 14,148 4,119 16,124 6,395 5,125 8,916
Georgia ................. 2,420 598 3,704 537 1,285 2,384
Idaho .................. 10 2 8 ............ 6 44
Illinois ................. 355 4 298 42 525 1,951
Indiana ................. 213 4 190 35 310 1,449
Iowa.................... 104 ............ 79 6 142 372
Kansas................. 76 ............ 77 16 92 326
Kentucky............... 199 24 209 31 260 789
Louisiana ............... 84 3 307 15 49 153
Maine .................. 40 1 47 1 65 142
Maryland ................ 74 1 49 13 63 263
Massachusetts............ 141 1 144 15 213 880
Michigan ................ 182 5 194 47 314 1,237
Minnesota............... 67 2 65 15 104 282
Mississippi .............. 154 3 787 41 103 201
Missouri................ 167 10 175 28 141 720
M ontana............... 13 ............ 9 ............ 36 43
Nebraska....... ........ 71 ............ 40 3 76 172
Nevada............ ..... 4 ............ 2 1 7 13
New Hampshire.......... 22 ............ 20 2 20 96
New Jersey ............. 104 1 113 10 217 922
New Mexico..... .... 14 ............ 10 ............ 2 36
New York................ 531 9 423 55 776 3,068
North Carolina............ 374 12 602 58 292 728
North Dakota............ 19 ............ 17 6 21 58
Ohio.................... 347 18 377 50 524 1,610
Oklahoma .............. 85 2 100 2 68 187
Oregon .................... 10 ............ 15 ............ 18 63
Pennsylvania ............ 414 9 352 40 478 1,992
Rhode Island............. 19 ............ 19 1 35 112
South Carolina........... 554 35 751 92 326 350
South Dakota............ 33 ............ 29 1 20 81
Tennessee ............... 338 4 628 57 270 698
Texas .................. 210 9 308 15 152 470
Utah.................... 6 3 6 1 12 39
Vermont. ............. ... 14 ........... 70 88
Virginia ................. 185 8 206 59 135 517
Washington............. 51 3 21 1 34 93
West Virginia ............ 120 2 99 12 149 261
Wisconsin ............... 129 2 107 6 140 483
W yoming................. 5 ............ 2 ............ 5 19

Totals................ 23,497 4,947 36,264 7,840 13,441 34,691











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TABLE 23

NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Calhoun Charlotte Citrus Clay Collier Columbia


Alabama ................. 646 98 102 207 125 260
Arizona................ .. ..... ... 5 1 4 ............ 2
Arkansas................ 4 27 31 68 5 28
California................ ............ 20 6 85 4 35
Colorado ............... 2 10 ............ 16 9 17
Connecticut ............. 2 19 7 50 14 15
Delaware............ ... 1 ............ 2 7 1 2
District of Columbia................ 2 1 6 ............ 4
Florida .................. 5,715 1,690 2,652 3,892 2,497 7,886
Georgia ................. 600 265 315 743 260 1,271
Idaho.................. ......... 2 ............ 3 1 3
Illinois ................. 3 101 44 217 25 69
Indiana.................. 4 57 46 117 43 47
Iowa.................... 11 39 16 51 9 22
Kansas.............................. 19 23 43 10 32
Kentucky................ 2 66 24 129 25 39
Louisiana ............... 19 29 4 35 18 31
Maine.................... 2 14 3 32 7 4
Maryland................ 1 7 9 56 8 27
Massachusetts............ ............ 59 10 91 29 28
Michigan ............... 2 62 31 105 36 49
Minnesota ............... ........... 19 8 55 6 18
Mississippi.............. 18 32 26 89 17 65
Missouri................. 3 45 19 96 22 35
M ontana ............. ...... 1 1 ............ 11 ............ 4
Nebraska ................ 1 4 6 29 5 10
Nevada....................... .................. 1 9 1 ..........
New Hampshire......... ........... 4 4 6 3 2
New Jersey ............. 1 33 11 88 17 40
New Mexico ........... ........ ............. 3 ..... ....... 1
New York............... 2 119 32 313 63 78
North Carolina........... 23 113 26 225 38 132
North Dakota............ 1 2 ............ 10 3 7
Ohio.................... 4 131 49 218 61 52
Oklahoma............... 4 20 8 27 12 18
Oregon .................. ......... 2 4 6 1 3
Pennsylvania............. 2 121 28 356 55 93
Rhode Island............ ............ 8 2 21 4 5
South Carolina........... 17 36 41 150 39 180
South Dakota....................... 13 ............1 14 3 5
Tennessee ............... 12 47 54 139 23 65
Texas................... 19 62 21 114 39 55
Utah.................. 2 ............ 1 9 ............ 14
Vermont................. ............ 3 2 13 4 1
Virginia ................. 4 43 15 145 10 70
Washington .............. 4 15 ............ 28 1 30
West Virginia ............ 3 19 7 41 11 23
Wisconsin ............... 1 29 12 45 18 18
Wyoming............ ........... .. ... ........... 4 ............. 2

Totals................. 7,137 3,512 3,704 8,221 3,582 10,897










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TABLE 23
NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Dade De Soto Dixie Duval Escambia Flagler


Alabama................. 7,487 212 137 6,255 14,646 36
Arizona ................. 133 ............ 2 79 26 ..........
Arkansas ................ 995 29 1 771 344 ..........
California ............... 1,501 7 4 758 576 4
Colorado................ 601 10 1 84 121 ...... ...
Connecticut ............. 2,631 9 ............ 566 150 5
Delaware................ 386 ........................ 130 21 .....
District of Columbia...... 996 2 ............ 347 85 1
Florida................. 62,805 3,508 2,944 94,596 49,153 589
Georgia .................. 23,158 555 194 38,733 2,083 201
Idaho.................... 116 2 ............ 88 30 ...........
Illinois.................. 9,658 99 3 2,629 985 44
Indiana................... 6,134 44 ............ 1,713 566 16
Iowa ................... 1,999 16 ............ 825 375 8
Kansas ................. 1,522 25 4 652 292 3
Kentucky................ 4,490 68 3 2,268 507 24
Louisiana ................ 1,103 13 24 911 663 1
M aine ................... 884 ......... ............ 384 93 ..........
Maryland................ 2,216 ...... ........ .... ... .. 728 175 8
Massachusetts ........... 7,375 21 ............ 1,567 458 9
Michigan ................ 4,793 41 3 1,402 682 26
Minnesota ............... 1,752 12 1 539 287 3
Mississippi ............... 1,479 23 10 1,479 1,523 2
Missouri ................ 3,535 43 3 1,504 610 7
M ontana ................ 211 1 ............ 93 48 4
Nebraska................. 879 16 1 353 174 3
Nevada ............ .1...... .... ........ 23 7 ..........
New Hampshire.......... 498 2 ............ 165 52 .........
New Jersey .............. 6,805 13 1 1,453 337 20
New Mexico.............. 99 1 ............ 63 18 ..........
New York............... 26,007 75 2 5,727 1,154 21
North Carolina............ 4,665 62 15 5,065 559 21
North Dakota............. 285 1 ............ 138 63 3
Ohio.................... 11,390 64 8 2,746 755 15
Oklahoma............... 965 20 16 599 282 2
Oregon .................. 225 2 ............ 145 41 2
Pennsylvania ............. 14,217 65 4 3,227 926 23
Rhode Island............. 879 2 ............ 264 117 1
South Carolina............ 3,188 87 35 5,074 358 20
South Dakota............. 293 2 ............ 113 61 1
Tennessee ............... 6,034 96 14 3,758 844 16
Texas .................. 2,543 26 13 1,632 830 4
Utah. ................... 198 .............. .......... 97 57 ..........
Vermont................. 455 1 1 179 63 1
Virginia................. 3,691 34 7 2,359 462 8
Washington ............. 613 4 2 225 128 ..........
West Virginia ........... 1,733 19 4 892 192 12
Wisconsin................ 1,894 21 1 626 382 16
W yoming..... ........... 140 1 ............ 41 19 ..........


235,707 5,354 3,458 194,065


82,380 1.180


Totals.................











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TABLE 23
NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Franklin Gadsden Gilchrist Glades Gulf Hamilton


Alabama................. 361 470 35 129 649 73
Arizona..... .... ... ... 2 ............ ............ 6 1 ..........
Arkansas ............... 25 22 3 8 35 3
California ................ 21 4 ............ 1 4 7
Colorado ................ 5 3 1 2 1 2
Connecticut .............. 14 6 ............ 1 1 2
Delaware.............. ............ 1 9 ............ 9
District of Columbia ...... ............ 5 ............ .... ................... 5
Florida ................. 3,980 11,865 2,682 954 3,226 3,764
Georgia ................. 489 1,177 149 207 484 958
Idaho............. ...... 4 ............ 1 ............ 1 10
Illinois ................. 64 27 5 40 14 12
Indiana ................. 41 16 2 20 12 5
Iowa..................... 26 9 ............ 4 6 2
Kansas.................. 10 2 ............ 10 9 5
Kentucky................ 42 38 4 9 17 47
Louisiana ............... 42 10 1 1 86 6
M aine .................. 19 3 ............ 1 ............ 1
M aryland ................ 28 7 1 1 7 ..........
Massachusetts............ 50 6 ............ 5 16 4
Michigan ................ 47 8 1 7 15 2
Minnesota .............. 13 ............ ........... 3 1 2
Mississippi............... 70 74 5 14 75 15
Missouri................ 22 9 1 32 9 2
M ontana ................ 13 ............. ............ ............ 4 2
Nebraska ............... 21 5 1 9 1 ..........
Nevada........................... ............. ...........................................
New Hampshire .......... 3 ............ 1 ............ 2 ..........
New Jersey............... 17 8 ............ 6 3 6
New M exico ............ ............ 2 ............ 3 ......................
New York................ 141 37 ............ 15 42 8
North Carolina........... 70 67 21 27 48 44
North Dakota............. 8 1 1 2 .......... .......
Ohio..................... 50 31 1 10 32 5
Oklahoma .............. 14 3 ............ 5 20 4
Oregon ....... ..................... 4 ............ ............... .... 2 ...
Pennsylvania ............ 80 25 25 15 52 14
Rhode Island............. 6 .......... ................ ... 5 ...........
South Carolina........... 40 78 17 56 48 41
South Dakota............ 3 ........ ..... .. .... 1 ............ 1
Tennessee ............... 80 59 2 26 25 10
Texas .................. 41 19 ............ 13 42 7
Utah........................ .. ....... ............ ............ 1 ............
Vermont................ ........... ......... ............... 1 22 4
Virginia ................ 39 34 3 20 ............ 12
Washington.............. 15. ............ ............. ....... .......
West Virginia............ 12 8 2 6 26 5
Wisconsin ............... 10 6 2 5 10 ..........
W coming. ............... 1 1 .. .................

Totals................. 6,044 14,145 2,968 1,684 5,054 5,099









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NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Hardee Hendry Hernando Highlands Hillsborough Holmes


Alabama........ ........ 495 144 211 642 6,511 4,733
Arizona........................... 1 ............. 30 54 ..........
Arkansas ................ 50 24 23 76 789 0
California ................ 8 3 124 488 3
Colorado ............... 3 3 6 51 238 ..........
Connecticut ............. 4 4 7 57 500 ..........
Delaware ................ 2 7 ............ 22 80 ..........
District of Columbia...... 5 ............ ............ 25 201 ..........
Florida.................. 5,801 2,469 2,551 5,758 01,025 8,678
Georgia ................. 473 450 271 1,022 17,487 357
Idaho. .................. 1 ............ 1 27 60 ..........
Illinois................... 09 64 41 328 2,946 6
Indiana ................. 44 16 47 229 2,333 3
Iowa ................... 27 21 26 95 987 2
Kansas.................. 6 16 12 103 631 2
Kentucky ............... 73 48 90 171 2,307 2
Louisiana ............. .. 3 38 5 128 982 ..........
Maine .................. 2 2 1 33 331 ..........
Maryland ................ 23 21 7 93 615 1
Massachusetts ............ 14 24 6 143 1,037 1
Michigan ................ 45 20 49 183 1,758 3
Minnesota ............... 8 18 12 53 521 1
Mississippi ............... 52 34 35 154 1,283 26
Missouri ................ 50 65 29 161 1,297 8
M ontana ............... 2 4 1 21 57 ..........
Nebraska................ 13 6 8 74 344 1
Nevada............... ... ............ .. ......... 1 4 11 ..........
New Hampshire.......... 2 2 2 18 174 ..........
New Jersey .............. 10 10 21 161 1,045 ..........
New Mexico......................... .......... ............ 6 66 2
New York............... 39 42 69 413 4,353 5
North Carolina........... 86 49 36 246 2,496 25
North Dakota........... 1 8 1 29 123 ..........
Ohio..................... 56 52 54 417 3,463 7
Oklahoma .............. 11 17 15 105 487 2
Oregon ... .............. 1 1 1 26 85 ..........
Pennsylvania............. 68 67 71 531 3,593 6
Rhode Island............. 5 10 2 15 146 1
South Carolina........... 71 45 45 224 2,321 43
South Dakota............. 6 8 6 14 157 ..........
Tennessee ............... 132 57 75 314 3,482 14
Texas.................... 26 38 16 243 1,316 15
Utah ................... 1 2 2 19 65 1
Vermont ................ ............ 1 1 25 165 ....
Virginia ................. 28 29 28 153 597 5
Washington .............. 2 5 7 76 192 ..........
West Virginia ............ 15 17 18 99 943 ..........
Wisconsin....... ........ 14 10 18 177 1,094 6
Wyoming............... ............ 6 ............ 18 47 ..........

Totals................. 7,877 3,983 3,931 13,136 161,373 13,968










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NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Indian River Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Lake Lee


Alabama................. 130 3,487 92 29 1,131 648
Arizona.................. 4 6 ............ ............ 6 15
Arkansas ................ 23 38 2 ............ 54 117
California ................ 26 27 9 ............ 27 57
Colorado................. 12 11 2 ............ 10 91
Connecticut.............. 27 10 1 ............ 90 94
Delaware................ 2 2 1 ............ 24 10
District of Columbia...... 15 4 ......................... 25 32
Florida ................. 3,637 16,770 2,741 3,261 8,967 9,037
Georgia.................. 691 1,194 718 150 2,888 1,710
Idaho ................... 2 2 1 ............ 4 11
Illinois.................. 254 63 29 1 468 490
Indiana ........ ......... 141 39 7 ............ 257 725
Iowa .................... 59 41 3 ............ 110 116
Kansas .................. 14 15 5 5 71 96
Kentucky................ 76 42 8 3 419 292
Louisiana................ 17 51 12 32 58 115
M aine ................. .. 19 4 ........... ............ .90 55
Maryland ................ 15 15 4 ............ 182 103
Massachusetts ............ 31 49 6 ............ 187 228
M ichigan................ 50 33 5 ............ 280 326
Minnesota............... 34 28 6 ............ 106 100
Mississippi ............... 26 97 19 13 114 151
M issouri ................. 122 30 6 ............ 121 210
M ontana................. 12 5 ........... ........... 5 15
Nebraska ................ 23 12 2 ............ 31 65
Nevada ............. ............. 3 1 ............ 2 2
New Hampshire.......... 4 7 ........... ....... .... 30 54
New Jersey.............. 92 29 12 ............ 206 209
New Mexico............. .......... 4 1 ............ 15 22
New York............... 131 90 11 6 622 647
North Carolina........... 102 117 53 8 386 481
North Dakota............ 4 2 ......................... 14 25
Ohio..................... 169 63 16 1 762 57
Oklahoma............... 23 22 3 2 70 87
Oregon .................. ............ 3 ........... ............ 4 8
Pennsylvania ............. 183 78 12 1 475 571
Rhode Island............. 5 5 3 ............ 18 31
South Carolina........... 74 90 43 24 386 195
South Dakota............ 13 5 2 ............ 7 27
Tennessee ............... 81 66 50 12 478 343
Texas................... 45 82 19 1 101 281
Utah.................... 2 5 ........................ 3 14
Vermont ................. 12 1 ............ ........... 58 34
Virginia................. 71 33 12 1 243 211
Washington ............. 4 4 1 ............ 7 27
West Virginia............ 37 9 4 3 147 92
Wisconsin ............... 30 23 15 ............ 125 118
W yoming ................ ........... 1 1 ............ 31 3

Totals................. 6,544 22,817 3,938 3,553 19,915 18,448










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NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Leon Levy Liberty Madison Manatee Marion


Alabama ................ 967 192 43 148 606 712
Arizona ................. 3 .............. ................ ....... 12 3
Arkansas ............... 67 1 1 11 83 79
California ................ 55 1 2 2 37 24
Colorado ................ 21 5 ........... ..... .. .... ... 27 21
Connecticut.............. 37 4 ............ 2 113 43
Delaware ................ 3 ............ ............ 1 11 8
District of Columbia...... 19 2 ............ ............ 39 18
Florida ................. 10,944 5,185 2,256 6,368 9,113 11,984
Georgia ................. 3,274 405 172 1,021 2,482 2,156
Idaho ................... 7 1 ........... ............. 8 1
Illinois .................. 175 20 2 12 506 214
Indiana .................. 138 35 7 8 448 165
Iowa ................... 84 9 ............ 21 109 68
Kansas.................. 66 21 ............ 4 89 80
Kentucky................. 140 23 8 16 348 278
Louisiana ............... 124 7 ............ 15 37 38
Maine................... 18 2 2 3 42 22
Maryland............... 35 1 ............ 3 107 27
Massachusetts ............ 60 3 1 ............ 190 57
Michigan................ 83 15 ............ 7 513 128
Minnesota............... 54 1 ............ 5 86 42
Mississippi ............... 209 58 4 20 121 130
Missouri ................ 133 10 ............ 5 131 115
M ontana................ 6 ................................... 10 2
Nebraska................ 37 4 ............ 4 52 22
Nevada ............. ... .. ......... 5 ............ 1 2 1
New Hampshire.......... 11 4 .............. ......... 47 11
NewJersey.............. 73 6 1 6 158 62
New Mexico......... ..... 1 ......... .... ........ ............ 3 4
New York............... 262 19 4 13 775 226
North Carolina........... 263 53 14 51 317 314
North Dakota............ 7 ............ ........ ... ............... 28 15
Ohio ................... 188 15 3 10 741 232
Oklahoma.............. 65 5 3 4 52 24
Oregon .................... 11 ........................ ........... 10 14
Pennsylvania............. 195 16 3 7 557 229
Rhode Island............. 13 5 ......................... 36 4
South Carolina........... 237 73 6 61 283 430
South Dakota............ 11 1 ............. ....... ...... 14 7
Tennessee ................ 226 33 1 29 424 362
Texas................... 176 17 4 31 120 82
Utah.................... 4 1 ............ ............ 4 ...........
Vermont ................ 8 1 ............ ............ 86 5
Virginia ................. 144 21 1 8 183 164
Washington .............. 29 3 ............ 2 17 13
West Virginia ............ 61 11 ............ 2 127 54
Wisconsin................ 51 7 1 5 112 50
Wyoming................ 7 ........... ............ .. 4 4 1

Totals.................. 18,813 6,301 2,539 7,910 19,420 18,741










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NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Martin Monroe Nassau Okaloosa Okeechobee Orange


Alabama ................. 105 401 92 3,690 .113 3,997
Arizona .................. 2 7 1 11 2 28
Arkansas ................ 24 85 19 67 5 356
California................ 24 112 5 50 7 315
Colorado ............... 11 35 8 39 ............ 185
Connecticut .............. 31 91 4 38 7 426
Delaware ................ 3 8 .......... 6 ........... 38
District of Columbia...... 15 25 ............ 9 ............ 142
Florida .................. 1,541 8,532 4,284 7,653 1,719 21,994
Georgia .................. 327 544 1,813 413 219 8,594
Idaho ................... 2 7 1 7 ............ 52
Illinois................... 143 300 41 172 15 1,927
Indiana .................. 69 274 29 82 14 1,424
Iowa..................... 43 78 8 60 1 578
Kansas ................. 36 73 8 50 6 545
Kentucky ................ 53 73 25 87 11 1,160
Louisiana ............... 18 71 24 118 1 313
Maine................... 21 34 15 22 ............ 290
Maryland................ 20 98 23 30 4 365
Massachusetts ............ 66 235 28 71 6 1,035
Michigan................ 112 189 20 84 3 1,218
Minnesota............... 34 91 9 36 1 486
Mississippi............... 22 113 17 175 13 524
Missouri ................. 46 186 32 81 13 759
Montana................ 6 20 2 9 1 71
Nebraska................ 14 50 6 39 4 207
Nevada..... ......... 1 1 ............ 2 ............ 9
New Hampshire .......... 8 37 2 10 ............ 217
NewJersey.............. 111 186 22 49 7 914
New Mexico............ 2 10 1 4 ............ 61
New York............... 210 622 88 242 9 3,417
North Carolina........... 89 111 160 180 24 1,261
North Dakota............ 8 26 ............ 13 ............ 102
Ohio .................... 184 322 57 187 18 2,504
Oklahoma .............. 26 75 12 81 4 271
Oregon .................. 6 20 ............ 13 ............ 52
Pennsylvania............ 166 455 65 224 12 2,627
Rhode Island............. 9 30 7 7 ............ 162
South Carolina........... 77 176 137 125 49 1,150
South Dakota............ 3 26 1 17 ............ 78
Tennessee .............. 66 325 65 126 15 1,628
Texas................... 18 150 13 183 12 789
Utah.................... 2 12 ............ 10 ............ 63
Vermont ................. 16 10 3 7 ............ 195
Virginia ................ 45 230 37 88 14 864
Washington ............. 11 51 41 21 ............ 116
West Virginia ............ 42 82 20 44 27 643
Wisconsin ............... 46 86 20 70 1 524
Wyoming ............... 6 8 1 5 ............ 34

Totals................. 3,940 14,783 7,260 14,807 2,357 64,710









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TABLE 23

NATIVITY OF WHITE POPULATION BY STATES AND COUNTRIES
(Continued)


Osceola Palm Beach Pasco Pinellas Polk Putnam


Alabama ................ 155 2,267 482 2,189 6,311 213
Arizona.................. 2 30 1 43 39 7
Arkansas ............... 63 371 106 338 495 29
California ............... 21 272 17 461 202 15
Colorado ................ 30 195 18 227 109 12
Connecticut .............. 62 739 34 1,764 182 43
Delaware ................ 5 111 9 195 31 1
District of Columbia...... 13 213 5 630 115 6
Florida.................. 3,405 17,979 6,321 25,473 42,704 6,497
Georgia ................. 477 6,828 1,169 5,365 13,960 1,390
Idaho................... 4 38 5 38 24 ..........
Illinois.................. 247 2,737 214 4,481 1,652 156
Indiana .................. 197 1,688 164 2,845 1,164 82
Iowa..................... 90 674 68 987 494 44
Kansas .................. 80 498 52 505 362 33
Kentucky ................ 264 1,132 158 2,040 1,132 104
Louisiana................ s80 326 26 413 249 39
Maine................... 44 355 38 1,415 164 22
Maryland................ 47 418 24 909 257 49
Massachusetts............. 147 1,451 64 4,966 450 73
Michigan ................ 239 1,737 251 4,276 947 104
Minnesota............... 39 485 91 629 299 30
Mississippi ............... 47 556 92 641 589 47
Missouri................. 94 902 83 1,128 543 38
Montana................ 7 75 3 50 41 3
Nebraska ................ 32 191 29 273 186 12
Nevada.................. 4 13 ............ 15 5 ......
New Hampshire.......... 35 130 21 671 85 13
New Jersey.............. 101 1,748 64 3,313 460 57
New Mexico............. 7 43 2 40 26 2
New York............... 390 5,261 322 12,105 1,702 248
North Carolina........... 195 1,071 138 1,648 1,538 147
North Dakota............ 15 78 9 134 74 5
Ohio................... 465 3,168 341 7,058 1,774 190
Oklahoma.............. 218 352 31 346 218 22
Oregon ........... ..... 3 74 ............ 66 45 1
Pennsylvania ............ 411 2,688 231 8,681 1,537 196
Rhode Island............. 37 191 8 492 69 13
South Carolina........... 89 921 138 1,236 1,218 285
South Dakota............ 9 119 14 130 68 13
Tennessee ................ 156 1,485 181 2,337 2,131 102
Texas................... 117 828 59 889 482 44
Utah.................... 1 61 3 54 22 8
Vermont ................. 41 145 21' 574 62 40
Virginia ................. 69 729 60 1,565 753 85
Washington .............. 10 113 15 209 90 7
West Virginia........... 143 512 92 1,066 503 87
Wisconsin................ 84 602 60 1,195 367 38
Wyoming................ 2 21 2 35 13 1


8,4931 62,621 11,336 106,140


85,943 10,653


Totals.................




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