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Georgia

Virginia

For study of the above Table, see the Tables in Chapters 30 and 40.

b. Exports of North and South Just Before the War⭑ (See page 240)

Summary Statement of the Value of Exports of the Growth, Produce, and Manufacture of the United States, for the Year Ending June 30, 1859; the Productions of the North and of the South, Respectively, Being Placed in Opposite Columns; and the Articles of a Mixed Origin Being Stated Separately.—Report on Com. and Nav., 1859.

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Refined sugar, wax, chocolate, molasses

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Spirituous liquors, ale, porter, beer, cider, vinegar, lin-
seed oil

Household furniture, carriages, rail-road cars, etc.
Hats, fur, silk, palm leaf, saddlery, trunks, valises..
Tobacco, manufactured and snuff

$ 550,937

1,370,787

1,722,797

317,727

3,402,491

Gunpowder, leather, boots, shoes, cables, cordage.

2,011,931

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Gold and silver, in coin and bullion

Products of the sea, being oil, fish, whalebone, etc.

Add Northern exports
Add Southern exports

Total exports

57,502,305

4,462,974

$97,189,226

45,305,541

193,399,618

$335,894,385

EXPLANATORY NOTE.--The whole of the exports from the ports of Delaware, Baltimore, and New Orleans, are placed in the column of Northern exports, because there is no means of determining what proportion of them were from free or slave States, and it has been thought best to give this advantage to the North. Taking into the account only the heavier amounts, the exports from these ports foot up $11,287,898; of which near one-half consisted of provisions and lumber. The total imports for the year were $338,768,130. Of this $20,895,077 were re-exported, which, added to the domestic exports, makes the total exports $356,789,462, thus leaving a balance in our favor of $18,021,332.

For Table showing Cotton Manufacture since the Civil War, see Chapter 70.

c. Production and Exports of Raw Cotton, 1790-1914

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5 Bulletin No. 131, Dept. of Commerce: Washington, 1915; p. 82.

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d. Value of Important Agricultural Exports, 1899–1914 ®

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1899

1904 1909 1912 1913 1914

Vegetable
Oils

7 Oil Cake Tobacco Corn

$13,809 $12,618 $23,098 $26,908 $24,044 $16,251 14,548 17,069 25,836 28,228 29,444

21,6687

25,467 29,640 30,902 43,251

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68,977 30,071

25,194

28,957

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Wheat Flour
Wheat

73,093 68,894 104,269 35,850

51,157

50,999

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Total Grain
Products

Cotton

273,999 76,215 160,076 123,095 210,524 164,846

210,080 372,049 417,390 565,849 547,357 610,475

For Table showing Cotton Manufacture since the Civil War, see Chapter 70.

• Year Book, U. S. Dept. of Agriculture.

7 Should be credited to Cotton.

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