When each U.S. states population exceeded 1 million residents

When each state reached a population of 1,000,000 people (slaves count as 3/5 a person before the 1870 census).

When each U.S. states population exceeded 1 million residents
Data collected from census.gov. Organized by Dos Pueblos High School.

 

When each state’s population exceeded 1 million people
Ohio – 1740
New York – 1820
Pennsylvania – 1820
Virginia – 1830
Tennessee – 1850
Illinois – 1860
Indiana – 1860
Georgia – 1860
Kentucky – 1860
Massachusetts – 1860
Missouri – 1860
Iowa – 1870
Michigan – 1870
North Carolina – 1870
Wisconsin – 1870
Alabama 1880
Mississippi – 1880
New Jersey – 1880
Texas – 1880
Arkansas – 1890
California – 1890
Kansas – 1890
Louisiana – 1890
Maryland – 1890
Minnesota – 1890
Nebraska – 1890
South Carolina – 1890
Connecticut – 1910
Oklahoma – 1910
Washington – 1910
West Virginia – 1910
Florida – 1922
Colorado – 1924
Oregon – 1935
Arizona – 1956
New Mexico – 1964
Utah – 1966
Maine – 1971
Hawaii – 1983
New Hampshire – 1986
Nevada – 1987
Rhode Island – 1989
Idaho – 1990
Montana – 2012
Alaska –
Delaware –
North Dakota –
South Dakota –
Vermont –
Wyoming –

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