Map showing the amount of African Americans (or “Colored” as the author’s 19th century dialect uses) compared to the aggregate population.
The same as above except African Americans have been replaced with “Foreign” peoples.
Maps showing wealth per capita (left) and wealth when integrating population density (right).
The above maps were created by Francis Amasa Walker, Superintendent of the US Census and civil war veteran.
This one details the political history of the United States. A schoolteacher was responsible for creating it.
Pyramid chart depicting the growth of human civilization, created by Emma Willard in 1835.
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