History of the United States eBook

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|Rhode Island | 604,397 | 542,610 | 428,556 | |South Carolina | 1,683,724 | 1,515,400 | 1,340,316 | |South Dakota | 636,547 | 583,888 | 401,570 | |Tennessee | 2,337,885 | 2,184,789 | 2,020,616 | |Texas | 4,663,228 | 3,896,542 | 3,048,710 | |Utah | 449,396 | 373,351 | 276,749 | |Vermont | 352,428 | 355,956 | 343,641 | |Virginia | 2,309,187 | 2,061,612 | 1,854,184 | |Washington | 1,356,621 | 1,141,990 | 518,103 | |West Virginia | 1,463,701 | 1,221,119 | 958,800 | |Wisconsin | 2,632,067 | 2,333,860 | 2,069,042 | |Wyoming | 194,402 | 145,965 | 92,531 | +---------------------+--------------+--------------+-------
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FOOTNOTES: 

[3] Partly superseded by the 14th Amendment, p. 639.

[4] See the 17th Amendment, p. 641.

[5] Ibid., p. 641.

[6] See the 16th Amendment, p. 640.

[7] The following paragraph was in force only from 1788 to 1803.

[8] Superseded by the 12th Amendment, p. 638.

[9] See the 11th Amendment, p. 638.

[10] First ten amendments proposed by Congress, Sept. 25, 1789.  Proclaimed to be in force Dec. 15, 1791.

[11] Proposed Sept. 5, 1794.  Declared in force January 8, 1798.

[12] Adopted in 1804.

[13] Adopted in 1865.

[14] Adopted in 1868.

[15] Proposed February 27, 1869.  Declared in force March 30, 1870.

[16] Passed July, 1909; proclaimed February 25, 1913.

[17] Passed May, 1912, in lieu of paragraph one, Section 3, Article I, of the Constitution and so much of paragraph two of the same Section as relates to the filling of vacancies; proclaimed May 31, 1913.

[18] Ratified January 16, 1919.

[19] Ratified August 26, 1920.

APPENDIX

TABLE OF PRESIDENTS

NAME STATE PARTY YEAR IN VICE-PRESIDENT
OFFICE
1 George Washington Va.  Fed. 1789-1797 John Adams 2 John Adams Mass.  Fed. 1797-1801 Thomas Jefferson 3 Thomas Jefferson Va.  Rep. 1801-1809 Aaron Burr
George Clinton
4 James Madison Va.  Rep. 1809-1817 George Clinton
Elbridge Gerry
5 James Monroe Va.  Rep. 1817-1825 Daniel D. Tompkins 6 John Q. Adams Mass.  Rep. 1825-1829 John C. Calhoun 7 Andrew Jackson Tenn.  Dem. 1829-1837 John C. Calhoun
Martin Van Buren
8 Martin Van Buren N.Y.  Dem. 1837-1841 Richard M. Johnson 9 Wm. H. Harrison Ohio Whig 1841-1841 John Tyler 10 John Tyler[20] Va.  Whig 1841-1845 11 James K. Polk

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