Lincoln’s Election, Southern Secession: 1860 to April 1861


When was the Eighth Census of the United States considered complete?

The eighth national census was considered complete on June 1, 1860, meaning that the population figures were considered accurate as of that day. Though the results were not immediately released to the public, we can examine them to see how the nation, and its various sections, were coming along in terms of population.


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