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New York City-Vote for Mayor, 1897-1937

1897

1901

Borough Van George

Low, Sanial, Shep

Han- Kein- ManWyck. Jeft. Tracy Cits. Soc. ard

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ford ard ierre ! Dem. Dem. Rep. Union Lab. Dem. Fus.

Soc. D. Soc. L. Proh. Manhattan & Bronx 143,666 13.076/ 55.834 77,210 9,796 56,631 162,298 6,409 4,323 617 Brooklyn. 76,185 6.938 37,611 65,656 3,593 88,858 114,625 2,692 1,638

501 Queens,

9,275 1.096 5,639 5,876 921 13.679 13,118 613 181 Richmond

4,871

583
2,779 2,798 157 6,009 6,772 120

71 Totals, City 233,997 21,693 101,863 151,540 14,467 || 265,177 296,813 9.834) 6,213 1,264 1903

1905

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113,728 13,230 66,748 51,176|261,452) 124,253) 28,756 Bronx

41,546 5,576 19.247 30.374|| 118.235 34.919 21,255 Brooklyn.

114,487 29.748 52,921 48,880260,143 128,259 29,580 Queens

35,399 5,916 13,641 13,477 87,676 36,415 2,741 Richmond.

8,850 1,968

2,940 1,425 22,741 9,000 275 Totals, City../313,956 56,438| 155,497| 145,332 750,247) 332,846 82,6071

1925

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Manhattan. Bronx. Brooklyn.. Queens.. Richmond.

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Sa. Dem. Rep. Soc. Soc. L. Progr. Dem. Rep.

Soc. Soc. L. Deal 247.079 98,617 9.842 388 387|| 232,370 91.944 37,316 1.238

1.121 131,226 39.615 11.133 488 262 159.948 52,646) 39.181 1.577 845 244,029 139,060 16.809 591 528 283.432 132,095 71,145 2,585 2,361 103,629 58,478 1,943 155 284 166,188 75,911 24,807 906 1,354 22,724 10.794 207 21

37 25,584 15,079 3,248 95 284 748,6871 346,564 39,574 1,643 1,498 || 867,5221 367,675 175,697 6,4011 5,965 1932

1933

Totals, City..

Borough

O'Brien Pounds McKee | Hilquit
Dem. Rep. Write-In Soc.

O'Brien La G'dia
Dem. Rep. Fu.

McKee Salmon
Recov. Soc.

Manhattan.

308,944 116,729 42,299 40,011 192,649 203,479 123,707 10,525 Bronx

181,639 48,366 50.212 68,980 93,403 151.669 131.280 14.758 Brooklyn

358,945 157,152 73,431 113,622 194,335 331,920 194,558 26,941 Queens.

176,070 105,068 61,648 24,981 90,501 154.369 141,296 6,669 Richmond. 30,517 16,586 6,782 2,293 15,784 27,085

18,212

953 Totals,

1,056,115] 443,901) 234,372! 249,887 586,672 868,522! 609,053 59,846 A recount, by court order, (1932) gave O'Brien, 1,054,324; Pounds, 443,020; McKee, 241,899; Hilquit, 251,656. Minor (1933) Communist, 26,044.

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North Carolina

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties

Roos.,

Willkie, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon,
Dem. Rep.
Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Alamance.. 11,429 3,382 11,025 3,847 Jones.

1,371 233 1,563

198 Alexander 2,739 2,217 3,262 2,451 Lee

3.682 527 3,723

670 Alleghany 1,952 1,217 2,345 1,498 Lenoir

6,247 440 5,854 351 Anson 4,552 371 4,629 381|Lincoln.

4,901
3,099

5,515 3,501 Ashe.

4,716
4,175 5,552 4,557 Macon.

2,941 2.312 3,311 2,554 Avery 1,194 2,944

839 2,971 Madison.. 3,171 4,617 3,133 Beaufort. 5,528

5,099 936 6,133 964 Martin.

4.628 106 4,477 Bertie.

111 3.287

98 3.838 115 McDowell 5,290 2,216 5,352 3,114 Bladen

2,925 543 3,360 551 Mecklenb'g 28,768 7.013 26,169 Brunswick

4,709 2,717 1,522 2,710 1.625 Mitchell.

1,450 3,290 1.687 3,380 Buncombe 24,878 8,723

23,646 9,470 Montg'm'y 3.007 1.789 3.484 Burke.

2,506 7,242 4,889 7,454 5,506 Moore..

4,330 2,587 4,466 Cabarrus

2,481 11.776 2,579 12, 297 2,825 Nash.

8,456 613 8.682 Caldwell

517 6,334 3,005 6,809 3,421 New Han'er. 8,600 1,635 7,379 1,306 Carden

961
134 1,008 1.117 Nor'pton.

3,826 105 3,785 109 Carteret 3,896 1,789 3.780 1,889 Onslow

2,383 271 2,758 235 Caswell 2,335 351 2,493 207|Orange

3,673 1.100 3,860 Catawba.

1,446 11,233 5.656 11,017 6,387 Pamlico

1,448 730 1,627 Chatham

860 4,025 1,829 4.373 2,182 Pasquotank. 3,314

506 3,226 324 Cherokee 3.180 2,674 3,473 3,214 Pender

2.249
305 2,379

333 Chowan.

1,547

87
1,550

96 Perquímans 1,176 228 970
Clay
1,349 1,176

161 1.340 1,525 Person

3,239 432 2,898 384 Cleveland 9,346 1,970 11,393 2,116 Pitt.

10,067 369 Columbus.

9,539 325 5.900 934 6,359 1,214 Polk

2,454 1,528 2,521 1,794 Craven

4,916 626 5,543 453 Randolph. 8,455 7,056 8,090 6,927 Cumberl'd.. 6,050 1,118 6,505 1.024 Richmond. 6,530 779 6.709 607 Currituck. 1,532 102 1,625 128 Robeson

9.251 931 Dare

10,280 732 1,214 315 1,389 542 Rock'ham 11.315 2,398 11.366 2.522 Davidson 11,084 6,978 10.844 7,656 Rowan

13,023 4,059 Davie.

12,808 4,306 2,896 2,532 2,476

2,502 Rutherford. 8,869 Duplin.

4,204

9.911 4,830 5,394 1,260 5,966

1,546 Sampson

5.107 5,769 5,937 Durham 14,810

4,948 2,491 12,804 2,189 Scotland.

2,981 250 Edgecombe

3,183 314 7,516 316

6,684
266 Stanly

6,321 4,569 6.505 4.513 Forsyth 20,664 7,125 18,734 5,256 Stokes

4,274 2,712 4,384 3,259 Franklin. 4,724 227 5, 209

231 Surry

8,871 4,178 Gaston

8,833 17.262 4,294

4,766 17.555 4,772 Swain

2,422 1.425 2.619 Gates

2.084 1,388 108

1,484

128 Transylv'la. 3,312 2,019 Graham

2,845

2,001 1,404 1,089 1,473 1,325 Tyrrell

1.140 415

1,049 304 Granville

3,924
213 4,279 185 Unon,

7,179

634 7,480 601 Greene 2,990 104 3,097 .116 Vance

4,252 380 4,536 315 Guilford. 26,565 9.770 25,579 9,514 Wake

18,083 2.665 19,850 Halifax

2,456 7,982 8,230 308 Warren.

2,676 247 3,047 140) Harnett 6,602 2,280 8,018 2,264 Washington. 1.724 362 1.875

535 Haywood 8,631 2,357 8,175

3,331 Watauga

3,615 3,739 3,880 3,409 Henderson 6,336 3,712 5,747 5,099 Wayne

7.222 1.649 7.087 1,751 Hertford

2,464
92 2,327
84|Wilkes

7,299 8,446 6,506 8,358 Hoke.

1.904
117 1,953 141||Wilson

7,912 584 7.522 549 Hyde 1.202 309 1,157 302 | Yadkin

3,660 4,077 3,209 4,200 Iredell 10.328 3,820 11,308 3,817||Yancey.

3,489 2,516 3,603 Jackson

2,691 4,563 2,410 4,580 3,061 Johnston

9,9761
4,192 11.2531 4,339

Totals

609,015 213,633) 616,141 223,283 1940 (Governor)--Broughton, Dem., 608,744; McNeill, Rep., 195,402. 1938 (U. S Senator)-Reynolds, Dem., 316,685; Jonas, Rep., 179,650. 1936 (President)--Thomas, Soc., 21; Brower. Com., 11; Lemke, Union, 2. 1936 (U. S. Senator)-Bailey, Dem. 563,968; Rep., 233,009. 1936 (Governor) --Hoey, Dem., 542,139; Rep., 270,843.

PAST VOTE OF NORTH CAROLINA 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 70,094; Grant, 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 124,121; Roosevelt, Rep..

Rep., 94,769. 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 125,427; Hayes. Rep., 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 136,995: Taft. Rep..

182,625; Swallow, Proh., 361; Debs, Soc., 124. 108,417. 1880° (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 124,208: Garfield, 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 144,507: Taft. Rep.

114,937; Debs, Soc.. 378. Rep., 115,874; Weaver, Greenback, 1.126. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland. Dem., 142,592: Blaine,

• 29,139; Roosevelt, Prog., 69,130; Debs, Soc., 1,025. Rep., 125,068; St. John, Proh.. 454.

1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 168,383; Hughes, Rep.. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 148,336: Harrison,

120.890; Hanly, Proh., 53; Berger, Soc., 509. Rep., 134,784; Fisk, Proh., 2,789; Streeter, United 1916. (Gov.), Bickett, Dem., 167,761; Linney, Rep.. Labor. 47.

120,157. 1892 (Pre3.), Cleveland, Dem., 133,098: Harrison. 1920. (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 305,447; Harding. Rep.,

Rep., 100,565; Weaver People's, 44,732; Bidwell, 232,848; Watkins, Proh., 17; Debs, Soc., 446. Proh., 2.630.

1924 (Pres.), Davis, Dem., 284,270: Coolidge, Rep.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem, and People's. (Populist), 191,753; La Follette, Progs., 6,651; Faris, Proh., 13.

174,488; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 578; McKin-1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep., 348,992; Smith, Dem., ley, Rep., 155,243; Levering. Proh., 681.

287,078. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 157,752; McKinley, Rep., 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 497,566; Hoover, 133.081; Woolley. Proh., 1.009.

Rep., 208,344: Thomas, Soc., 5,591. Roger Green with colonists from Virginia settled in 1653 on the Roanoke and Chowan Rivers. In 1663 the northern part of Carolina was organized as Albemarble County, with William Drummond as governor. Charlestown, near the present site of Wilmington, was laid out in 1665. The first church was built in Chowan County, in 1705. In 1719 Edward Teach, known as Black Beard, a pirate, was captured and beheaded. The boundary between North and South Carolina was established in 1727.

The first newspaper in the State, the North Carolina Gazette," was started at New-Berne, in 1749. A school house went up there in 1764.

In 1774 a Provincial Congress was formed and it decided that after Sept. 1, 1774, all use of East India tea should be prohibited; that after Nov. 1, 1774, importation of African slaves should cease; and that after Jan. 1, 1775, no East India or British goods should be imported.

There was completed in Charlotte in 1936-37 the American Legion Stadium with a seating capacity of 15,368

361

1,446

North Dakota

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos.. Willkie, Roos., Landon, Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Adams. 837 1,231 1.321 746) Mercer.

567 3,341 1.924 1,142 Barnes.

3.384
4,649 4,484 2,334 Morton.

2.889 5,499 5,612 1,857 Benson 2,898 2,485 3,343 1,020 Mountrail.

2.392 1,981 2.775 700 Billings

404
663 729 329 Nelson.

2,435 1,859 2.954 1,002 Bottineau. 2,469 3,129 3,286 1,224 Oliver

266 1,356

906

469 Bowman 882 927 1,118 534 Pembina

3,711 2,9241 4,139 2,040 Burke 1,342 1,951 1,821 684) Pierce

1,451 2,349 2,168 912 Burleigh 4.350 5.858 6.314

2,447 Ramsey

3,530 3,629 4,559 1,784 ('ass. 11,911 12,567 12,400 7,632 Ransom.

1.986 2,579 2,385 1,303 Cavaller 2,757 2,845 3,533 1,657 Renville.

1,2981 1.202 1,766 .611 Dickey.. 1,721 2.777 2,287 1,533. Richland

3,584 5,102 3.792 2,386 Divide 1.771 1,437 2,212 585

Rolette

2.820 1.555 3,196 857 Dunn.. 1,392 2,132 2,257

732 Sargent.

1,894 1.922 2.306 863 Eddy 1,368 1.319 1.729 579 Sheridan.

543 2,405 1.150 834 Emmons. 1,004 3,515 2,424 1.117 Sioux

578 1,167 877 585 Foster 1,109 1,894 685 Slope

585 801 896 331 Golden Val., 689

873 991
581 Stark.

2,075 4,367 4,012 1,602 Gr'd Forks. 8,396 7.043 9,222 4,312 Steele.

1,434 1,328 1,444 724 Grant. 627 2,815 1.858 1,022 Stuteman.

3,897 5,634 5,564 2,725 Griggs. 1,464 1,117 1.665

666 Towner.

1,596 1,630 1.744 720 Hettinger

671
2,468 1.383 989 Traill

2,476 2,882 2,780 1.807 Kidder.. 837 2.214 1,492 872 Walsh,

5,499 3,051 5,756 1.813 La Moure.. 1,637 2,943 2,412 1,614 Ward

7,669 6.519 8.872 3,142 Logau. 498 2,572 1.292 984 Wells

1,878 3.335 3.114 1.263 McHenry

2,225 3,894 3,294 1.619 Williams.. 4.579 2,470 4,903 1,021 Melntosh

318 3,494 1.900 1,469 McKenzie 2,440 1,563 2.885 570

Totals...

124,036 154,590 163,148 72,751 McLean.. 2.666, 4,113

4,018 1,732 1940 (President)--Thomas, Soc., 1,279; Knutson, Com., 545; Babson, Proh., 325.

1940 (U. S. Senator)-Langer, Rep., 100,647; Lemke, Ind.. 92,593; Vogel, Dem., 69,847; Haaland, Ind., 1.014.

1940 (Governor)-Moses, Dem., 173,278; Patterson, Rep., 101,287. 1938 (Governor)-Moses, Dem., 138,270; Hagan, Rep, 125,246. 1938 (U. S. Senator)---Nye, Rep., 131,907; Langer, Ind., 112,007; Nygaard, Dern., 19,244. 1938 President)--Lemke, Union,'36.708; Thomas, soc., 552; Browder, Com., 360;' Colvin, Proh., 197.

PAST VOTE OF NORTH DAKOTA 1892 (Gov.), Fusion, 18,995; Rep., 17,236.

1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 29,555Taft, Rep.. 1892 (Pres.). Harrison. Rep.,

23.090; Roosevelt, Prog., 25,726; Debs, Soc., 6.966.

17,506; Weaver, People's, 17,700; Bidwell, Proh.. 899. The Demo- 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 55,206; Hughes, Rep.. crats fused with the People's Party.

53.471.

1920 (Pres.). Cox, Dem., 37,422; Harding, Rep.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist).

160,072; Debs, Soc., 8.282. 20.686: McKinley, Rep., 26.335.

1924 (Pres.). Coolidge, Rep., 94,931; LaFollette, 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 20.531; McKinley. Rep., Progs., 89,922; Davis. Dem.. 13,858; Foster, 35,898; Woolley. Proh., 135; Debs, Soc., 520.

Workers, 370. 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 14.273; Roosevelt, Rep.,

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 131,441; Smith, Dem., 52,695: Swallow, Proh., 1.140: Debs, Soc., 2.117. 106.648: Thomas, Soc., 842; Foster, Com.. 936.

1932 (Pres.). Roosevelt, Dem., 178.350; Hoover, 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 32,885; Taft. Rep.,

Rep., 71.772. Harvey. Lib., 1,817; Thomas, Soc., 57.680; Chafin, Proh., 1,553; Debs, Soc., 2,421.

3,521: Foster, Com., 830. North Dakota's first settlement dates to 1800 and the state was admitted to the Union Nov. 2, 1889. The Legislature consists of a Senate of 49 members elected for four years, and a House of Representatives elected for two years. The state is divided into 53 counties.

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North Dakota Flowers, Birds and Cowboys

Source: An Official Publication of North Dakota The wild flowers of North Dakota are everywhere cious; a land made for homes and the carefree play in endless variety and beauty, increasing in num- and laughter of healthy, happy children. ber as the summer season advances. The pasque It was in that long, wide stretch of country, in

the western section of our state, that there lived. flower, budding forth just as the snows of winter

worked and played one of the most interesting, are passing: the violet, delicate and shy, in the

unique types of character that our country has low, shady places; the wild rose the state flower

produced in the process of pioneer development, acres of them, perfuming the air by the roadsides the cowboy of the plains. He had a language ali in June; the tiger lilies, rich in color, exclusive. his own, rich, strong, colorful. There ran through aristocratic; the goldenrod of autumn. nodding all his talk a quaint humor blended with original stiff and stately in the breeze, like the plumes of deductions as to life's problems and, in addition, the knights of old; the spiderwort, deep blue in a simple, wholesome philosophy that was as fresh color: our prairies have more enchantingly as the air he breathed and as satisfying and restful beautiful flower, when seen sparkling with dew- as the prairies over which he rode. drops in the early morning.

The cowboy was the man of the chaps, spurs, Birds, millions of them; the meadowlark--the saddle, horse and gun. He was an easy, careless bird optimist--with the dark crescent on his breast. daring rider-the best the world has known or ever heralding the coming of spring with his brave. will know. His work required the utmost skill and cheery song: the robin, coming in the night. wak- quick, ready resourcefulness. He was a master of ing up the sleepy city and farmside with his as trade and so was his horse. There was a close, rushing, joyous, rollicking matin music: the sweet, clear, lquid notes of the diffident prairie plover they were chums. He was a man of courage, love of

inter-dependent relation between horse and ridercalling to his mate; the honk of wild geese flying fair play, strength of character, hardihood, honor. in countless numbers in regular military forma- His work was arduous, dangerous and--at timestion, and the whirring wings of wild ducks of exhausting, but, with it all, there was the romance every variety, on iheir flight to their summer of the great roundup, the long trail drive the feeding grounds.

rodeo and the lonely night watch, as he slowly The prairies of North Dakota are a big world in rode around the big herd bedded down for the its serene, beautiful old age. They are meditative, night, while he gazed up, through the clear atmospeaceful, unafraid; a world at rest, benign, gra- phere to the star-sprinkled heavens above him.

Ohio

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Counties

Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon, Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem.

Rep. Dem. Rep. Adams.. 5,007 6,180 5.832 5,910 | Logan..

6,351 9,861 7,353 8,363 Allen 14,469 20,675 16,500 15,079 Lorain

25,831 23,422 24,393 15,906 Ashland 7,835 8,624 8.818 6,154

Lucas.

77.948 76,405 74, 155 45,853 Ashtabula 14,454 18.491 14,468 14,025 Madison.

4,390 5,904 5,184 4,843 Athens.. 11,449 11,213 13, 205 9,509

Mahoning. 76,441 37.496 64,968 24,841 Auglaize.. 5,704 8,953 7,835 5,526 Marion..

10,462 11.817 11,881 9,070 Belmont.. 28,618 17,705 30,545 14,511 Medina.

6.722 10,116 7,400

7,283 Brown 5,644 5,477 6,316 4,511

Meigs.

4,983 7.239 6,085 6,464 Butler 30.821 23,380 29,892 17.842 Mercer.

5,114 7.905 7,217 3,602 Carroll

3.589
5,160 3,801 4,440 | Mlami

11.799 14,725 12,754 11,343 Champaign. 5,929 7,841 6,485 6.872 || Monroe.

4,138 4,534 5,368 3,211 Clark 25,888 20.681 26,138

15,483 || Montgomery. 86,084 57.866 76.430 44,742 Clermont.. 8,942 9,367 9,204 7,608 | Morgan.

2,637 4,966 3,093 4,630 Clinton 4,964 7,027 5,785 6,265 || Morrow.

3.215 5,457 3,947 4,086 Columbiana. 22,349 21,221 22,664 16,986 | Muskingum 15.753 19,395 16,165 15.454 Coshocton. 7,889 8,623 9,316 6,449

Noble.

3,037 4.922 8,865 4,384 Crawford... 8,966 10,336 10,955 6,638

Ottawa..

5,556 6,872 6,335 4,006 Cuyahoga.. 347.118 209,070 311,117 128,947 || Paulding

3.155 4,949 4,179 3,853 Darke.. 9.651 11,147 11,114

8,375 Perry

6,953 8,6561 8,508 6,826 Defiance. 4.313 8,010 5,608 5,000 | Pickaway.

6,895 5,974 7.813 4,920 Delaware.

5.666
9,570 7,045 7.364|| Pike.

4,962 3,165 5,287 2,953 Erie.

9.254
11,267 10,376 6,869 Portage.

12,687 11,777 13,798 8,035 Fairfield. 11,298 10,813 12,322 8,062 Preble

5,735

6,511 6.366 5,593 Fayette 5,249 5.984 5,807 4,841

Putnam

3,655 8,946 5,786 4,151 Franklin 96,601 92,5331 90.746 63,830 || Richland

18,645 17,157 20.070 11,220 Fulton. 2,530 8.653 3,582 6,152

Ross

12,447 11.780 12,503 9.817 Gallia 3,943 7,285 4,548 6,538 || Sandusky.

7,116 14,054 9,171 8,692 Gesuga 3,318 5,371 3,400 3,620 | Scioto..

21.926 19,462 22,243 17,860 Greene 8,881 9,273 8,946 7.449 Seneca

7,464 16,272 8,982 9,953 Guernsey. 8,710 10,125 11,404 8,532 Shelby

6,105

7,130 7.110 4,482 Hamilton. 148.907 154,733 153, 117 108,506 | Stark.

59,496 46,384 57,931 34,693 Hancock. 7,755 14.174 9,929 9,816 Suminit

89,550 63,405 91,836 38,991 Hardin..

6,547 9,192 8,441 7,631 Trumbull. 34,615 25,026 32,384 16,887 Harrison 4,559 5,729 5.231 4,779

Tuscarawas. 19,004 14,675 21,991 10,317 Henry 3.508 7.784 5,472 4,108

Union,

3.947 7,214 5,157 5,673 Highland 6,921 8,530 8,011 7,392

Van Wert

6,254 8,656 7,744 6,275 Hocking, 5.688 5,336 6,580 3,960

Vinton

2,404 3,190 2.902 3,056 Holines 3,349 3,201 4,097 2,247

Warren.

6,895 8,722 7,209 7,359 Huron

6,741 11.758 8,500 8,318 || Washington. 8,584 13,558 10,203 10.826 Jackson 6.382 7.551 6,802 6.853

Wayne

10,748 13,525 12,666 10,331 Jefferson 29,514 16,578 27,472 13,044 Williams

4,065 9,463 5,628 7,050 Knox. 7,081 10.303 8,315 7,956

Wood,

9,711 16,998 11,255 11,716 Lake. 12,408 13,464 11,213 9.386 Wyandot

4,206 6,272 5,597 4.260 Lawrence, 10,661 10,274 11,471

8,498 Licking.

16.379
16,288/ 17,785 11,958

Totals. 1,733,139 1,586,773 1,747,122 1,127,709 1940 (U. S. Senator-Burton, Rep., 1,602, 498: McSweeney, Dem., 1,457,304. 1940 (Governor)--Bricker, Rep., 1,825,312; Davey, Dem., 1,460,653.

1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 132,212; Browder, Com., 5,251; Thomas, Soc., 117; Aiken, Soc. Lab., 14.

PAST VOTE OF OHIO 1872 (Pres.). Greeley, Dem. and Lib. 244.321: 1908 (Gov.), Dem., 552,569; Rep., 533,197; Soc..

Grant, Rep., 281,852; O'Conor, Lab. Ref., 1.163: 28,573; Soc. Lab., 797; Proh., 7,665; Ind., 397. Black, Proh., 2,100.

1910 (Gov.), Dem., 471,077; Rep., 376,700: Soc., 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 323,182; Hayes, Rep., 60,637; Proh., 7.129: Soc. Lab., 2,920.

330,698; Cooper, Greenback, 3,057; Smith. Proh. 1912. (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 424,834: Taft, Rep., Ref., 1.636.

278,168; Roosevelt, Prog., 229,807: Debs. Soc.. 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 340,821; Garfield,

90, 144. Rep., 375,048; Weaver, Greenback, 6,456; Dow, 1914 (U. S. Sen.), Dem., 423,742; Rep., 526,115: Proh., 2.616.

Prog., 67,509: Soc., 58,803. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 368,280; Blaine,

1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 604,161; Hughes, Rep., Rep. 400,082; St. John, Proh., 11,069: Butler. 1916'(U.'s. Sen.),

514,753; Hanly, Proh., 8,080; Benson, Soc., 38.092. Greenback, 5.179.

Dem., 570,686; Rep., 535,346: 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 396,455; Harrison,

Soc., 38,187; Proh., 12.060; Ind., 2,965.

1918 (Gov.), Dem., 486,403; Rep., 470,459. Rep., 416,054; Fisk. Proh.. 24,356; Streeter,

1920 (Pres.). Cox, Dem., 780,037; Harding. Rep.. United Labor. 3,496.

1,182,022; Watkins, Proh., 294; Debs, Soc., 57,147. 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 404,115: Harrison,

1920 (U. S. Sen.), Dem., 782,650; Rep., 1,134,953. Rep., 405,187; Weaver, People's, 14.852; Bidwell,

Single Tax, 2,647. Proh., 26.012

1920 (Gov.). Donahey, Dem., 918,962; Davis, Rep.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist),

1.039.835. 477,497; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 1,858; 1924 (Pres.), Coolidge. Rep., 1,176,130: Davis,

Mckinley, Rep., 525,991; Levering. Proh.. 7,784. Dem., 477,888; LaFollette, Prog., 357,948; Johns, 1900 (Pres.), Bryan.

Dem., 474,882; McKinley, Rep., Soc.-Lab., 3,025; Wallace, Comm. Land., 1.246. 543.918; Woolley, Proh., 10.203; Debs, Soc., 4,847 1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep., 1.627,546; Smith, Dem.. 1904 (Pres.) Parker, Dem., 344,940; Roosevelt, 864.210; Thomas, Soc., 8.683; Foster, Com, Rep., 600,095; Swallow, Proh., 19,339; Debs, Soc., 2.836; Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 1,515; Varney, Proh.. 36,200.

3,556. 1905 (Gov.). Dem., 473,264; Rep., 430,617; Soc., 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 1,301,695; Hoover, 17,795; Soc. Lab., 1,808: Proh., 13.061.

Rep., 1.227,679; Thomas, Soc., 64,094; Upshaw, 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 502,721; Taft. Rep., Proh., 7,421; Foster, Com., 7,231; Reynolds, Soc.

572,312; Chafin, Proh., 11,402; Debs, Soc., 33,705. Lab., 1,968.

Although the Moravian missionaries are re- vessel 45 feet long and 12 feet wide, with sides garded as “the Pilgrims of Ohio," their villages thick enough to resist the bullets of Indians. on were destroyed and it was left for the sons of New this and the accompanying craft of smaller boats, England to establish on the Ohio at the mouth of the settlers, 48 in number, with their horse. the Muskigum the first permanent settlement of wagons, provisions, cooking utensils, hoes, axe, the state-Marietta, in honor of Queen Marie guns and other equipment, passed down the Antoinette of France, . They came overland from Youghiogheny River, the Monongahela and the Massachusetts and reached the banks of the Ohio, and at the end of five days reached Youghiogheny River about the middle of February, their destination April 8, 1788. Here they we. 1788. They constructed a number of boats, the welcomed by the soldiers of Fort Harmar, and largest of which they named "The Mayflower," al began to rear new homes in the wilderness.

Oklahoma
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1940

1936

1940

1936

989

Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Land., Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos.. Land.. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. a dalr 3,203 3,275 3,257 2,699 Lincoln.

5,271 6,269 5,903 5,452 Allalla. 2.720 3,675 3,398 2,573 Logan

4,752 5,427 5,425 4,609 Atoka 3,601 2,218 3,173 1,141 Love

2.495 687 2,227 Beaver 2,034 2,219 2,502 1,340 | McClain

3.768

1.862 4,092 1.191 Beckham 4,598 2,148 5,372 1.352 McCurtain.

6.994 2,225 5,089 1.119 Blaine. 3,095 4,080 4.242 2,877 McIntosh

3,771 3,487 3,698 2,470 Bryan. 9,095 2,190 8,106 1,362 Major

1,404 3,453 1.929 2,230 Caddo. 8,280 6.304 9.338 5,205 Marshall

2,723 1.032

2,840 415 Canadian, 5,506 4.699 6.135 3,325 | Mayes.

4,057 3.631 3,920 2.690 Carter 10,441 3,270 9,387 2,247 Murray.

3,126 1,2383,181 Cherokee 3,952 4,128 3,966 2,917| Muskogee.

12,917 9,585 13,344 6,452 Choctaw. 5,177 2,365 4.624 1.269 Noble

3.226 3,441 3.901 2,461 Cimarron 989 841 1,342 555 Nowata.

3,615 3,406 3,512 2,552 Cleveland. 5,933 3,660 6.304 2,643 Oktuskee..

4,574 3.001' 4,843 2,162 Coal.. 2,377 1,148 2.550 603|| Oklahoma.

53,649 35,639! 50,946 24,312 Comanche.. 6,796 3,703 7,026 3.039 Okmulgee.

11.016 6,696 12,061 4,975 Cotton 3,121 1,616 3.842 1,181 | Osage.

9.019 6,419 10,090 4.917 Craig 4,316 3,582 4,377 2,964 Ottawa

7.873

5.738 7.658 4,697 Creek 10.976 9,468 12,540 7.257 | Pawnee

3,435 3,991 4,031 2,961 Custer. 4,612 3,419 5,093 2,386 Payne

7,704 6.772 8,081 4,783 Delaware 3,417 3,305 3,398 2,632 Pittsburg..

10,169 4,484 9,974 3.631 Dewey 2,391 2.613 2,980 1.846 Pontotoc.

9,310 3,449 8,079

2,015 Ellis 1,657 2,162 2,493 1,324 Pottawatomie.. 12,058

6,776 12.187 4.703 Garfield. 9,544 10.792 11,142 7,457 Pusbmaraha

3,952 1,709 3.359 1,097 Garvin.. 7,001 2.958 6,276 1,700 Roger Mills.

2,580

1.504 3,383 Grady 8.075 4.299 9,025 3,013 Rogers.

4,028 4,086 4,290 3,119 Grant.. 2,970 3,394 3,955 2,307 Seminole.

11,167 6.883 11,695 4.001 Greer. 3,524 1,195 3,745 766|| Sequoyah.

4,469 3,803 4.281 2,609 Harmon. 2,292 731 2,570 331 Stephens.

6,149 2,989 6,390 1,636 Harper 1,419 1,616 1,836 1,0681 Texas..

2,831 1,918 3.229 1,223 Haskell 3,896 2.661 3.961 2.182 Tillman.

4,920 1,564 5,268 1,126 Hughes.

6,005 3,1681
5,990 2,032 Tulsa

33,098 40,342 41.256 28.759 Jackson.. 4,832 1,540 5,435 1,095 Wagoner.

2,946 4,647 2.977 2,119 Jefferson 3,814 1,226 3,719 1,032 Washington

6,289 7,347 6,202 5.201 Johnston, 2,955 1.362 3,099 743 Washita.

4,256 2,978 5,205 1,792 Kay 10,725 10.003 11,846 6,671 Woods..

3,506

3,440 4,179 2.346 Kingfisher. 2,865 3,7181 4,081 2,539 Woodward

2,806 3, 403 3.361 2.430 Riowa.

4,679 2,539) 5.624 1.684 Latimer.

3,138 1.6001 2,923 1.344 Totals. Le Flore.

474,313, 348,872 501,069 245,122 8,379 4,664 8,061 3,8941 1940 (President)-Babson, Proh., 3.027,

1938 (Governor)-Phillips, Dem., 355,740; Rizley, Rep., 148,861; Lanham, Proh., 2,579; Franing. Ind., 776.

1938 (U. S. Senator)-Thomas, Dem., 307,936; Glasser, Rep., 169,734; Nelson, Proh,, 2,220; Clark. Ind., 603; Thompson, Ind., 573.

1936 (President)--Thomas, Soc., 2,221; Colvin, Proh., 1,328. 1936 (U. S. Senator)--Lee, Dem., 493,407; Hyde, Rep., 229,004; Clemens, Soc., 1,895; Nelson, Proh., 973.

PAST VOTE OF OKLAHOMA 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 122,363; Taft, Rep.. 243,464; Debs, Soc., 25,679. 110,474; Debs, Soc., 21,734.

1924 (Pres.), Davis, Dem., 255,798; Coolidge, Rep., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 119,156; Tafa, Rep.,

226,242: LaFollette, Progs., 41,141; Johns, Soc.90.786; Debs, Soc., 41,674.

Lab.. 5,234.

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 394,046; Smith, Dem., 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 148,113; Hughes, Rep., 219.174; Thomas, Soc., 3,924; Farm.-Lab., 1.283

97.233; Roosevelt. Prog.. 234: Soc., 45.190. 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 516,468; Hoover, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 215,808; Harding. Rep.. Rep., 188,165.

Oregon
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1936

1940

1940

1936

Counties Roos.. Willkie, Roos., Landon, Counties Roos., Willkie, Roos., Landon. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Baker... 4,353 3,101 4,991 1.768

Lane

16,286 15,349) 13.926 8,309 Benton 2,942 5,089 3,547 3,390 Lincoln

3,510 2, 962

3.024 1.583 Clackamas 18,547 11.416 14,203 5,830 Linn

6.360 6,523 5,856 4,110 Clatsop 6.686 3,758 6,267 2,261 Malheur

2,958 2,929 2.630 1.385 Columbia 5.758 2.959 5,587 1,815 Marion.

14,031 16,940 15,536 8.595 Coos

7,853
5,034 7,167 2,576

Morrow..

979

758

1,181 518 Crook

1,439

942

1,086 589 Multnomah 97,595 73,612 106.561 41,405 Curry

1.033
941 913 497

Polk.

4,077 4,211 3,694 2,246 Deschutes. 4.775 2,603 4,278 1,299 Sherman

670
575 823

337 Douglas. 4,707 5.991 4.893 4.254 Tillamook. 2.786 2.516 2,781

1.380 Gilliam

785
518 983 362 Umatilla.

4,935 5, 193 5,753 2,943 Grant 1,582 1,103 1,436 697 Union

4,500

2.642 4,643 1,517 Harney

1.214
912 1,262 546 Wallows

1,974 1.319 2,000 811 Hood River. 2.367 2.305 2,759

1,249 Wasco

3,001

2,553 3,573 1,278 Jackson,

6,754 8,507 7,520 4,866 Washington 8.626 8,367 8,641 4,148 Jefferson

467
423 514
253 Wheeler.

6521

705 663 502 Josephine

2.888 3,964 2,840 1,992 Yarnhill... 5,566 5,545 5,366 3,443 Klamath.

9,345 6.169 8,562 3.225 Lake...

1,414 1,121 1,274 725 Totals.. 258,415 219.555 266.733 122,706 1940 (President)--Aiken, Soc. Lab., 2,487; Thomas, Soc., 398; Browder, Com., 191; Babson, Proh., 154, 1938 (Governor)-Sprague, Rep., 214,062; Hess, Dem., 158,744. 1938 (U. S Senator) ---Holman, Rep, 203, 120; Mahoney, Dem., 167,135.

1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 21,831; Thomas, Soc., 2,143; Aiken, Soc. Lab., 500; Browder, Com.. 104; Colvin, Proh., 4.

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