APA (7th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of the Census. (1841). Compendium of enumeration of inhabitants and statistics of U.S., as obtained at Department of State, from returns of 6th Census, by counties and principal towns, exhibiting population, wealth, and resources of the country; with tables of apportionment, showing, 1st: Number of representatives, as fixed by Constitution before 1st enumeration, and number prescribed according to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Census; also number of representatives each State will be entitled to according to 6th Census, with fractions over, commencing at ratio of 55,000, and ascending by 500s to 70,000, to which is added abstract of each preceding census. Printed by Thomas Allen.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of the Census. Compendium of Enumeration of Inhabitants and Statistics of U.S., as Obtained at Department of State, from Returns of 6th Census, by Counties and Principal Towns, Exhibiting Population, Wealth, and Resources of the Country; with Tables of Apportionment, Showing, 1st: Number of Representatives, as Fixed by Constitution Before 1st Enumeration, and Number Prescribed According to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Census; Also Number of Representatives Each State Will Be Entitled to According to 6th Census, with Fractions over, Commencing at Ratio of 55,000, and Ascending by 500s to 70,000, to Which Is Added Abstract of Each Preceding Census. Washington, D.C.: Printed by Thomas Allen, 1841.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

United States. Bureau of the Census. Compendium of Enumeration of Inhabitants and Statistics of U.S., as Obtained at Department of State, from Returns of 6th Census, by Counties and Principal Towns, Exhibiting Population, Wealth, and Resources of the Country; with Tables of Apportionment, Showing, 1st: Number of Representatives, as Fixed by Constitution Before 1st Enumeration, and Number Prescribed According to 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Census; Also Number of Representatives Each State Will Be Entitled to According to 6th Census, with Fractions over, Commencing at Ratio of 55,000, and Ascending by 500s to 70,000, to Which Is Added Abstract of Each Preceding Census. Printed by Thomas Allen, 1841.

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