Population of Southampton

County, 1830

 

 

Total County Population: 16,074

 

Whites:  6,573             Free Blacks:  1,745           Slaves:  7,756 

 

White                            Free Black                       Enslaved

Males: 3,191                   Males: 824                      Males: 4,193

 

White                            Free Black                       Enslaved

Females: 3,382              Females: 921                   Females: 3,563

 

 

Population of Virginia, 1830

 

 

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Total Virginia Population: 1,211,405

 

Whites694,300            Free Blacks:  47,348            Slaves:  469,757

 

White                                Free Black                          Enslaved

Males: 347,887                   Males: 22,387                      Males: 239,077

 

White                                Free Black                          Enslaved

Females: 346,413              Females: 24,961                  Females: 230,680

Population of Largest U.S. Cities, 1830

 

 

Total U.S. Population: 12,866,020

(included 2,009,043 slaves)

 

  1. New York City: 202,300                  

  2. Baltimore: 80,800

  3. Philadelphia: 80,462

  4. Boston: 61,392

  5. New Orleans: 46,082

  6. Charleston: 30,289

  7. Northern Liberties (PA): 28,872

  8. Cincinnati: 24,831

  9. Albany: 24,209

  10. Southwark (PA): 20,581

Population of Virginia Cities, 1830

 

 

  1. Richmond: 16,060        6,349 slaves    (39.5% of population)

  2. Norfolk: 9,814                3,756 slaves    (38.3% of population)

  3. Petersburg: 8,322          2,850 slaves   (34.2% of population)

  4. Charles City: 5,500     2,957 slaves     (53.8% of population)

  5. Elizabeth City: 5,053    2,218 slaves     (43.9% of population)

  6. James City: 3,838          1,983 slaves     (51.7% of population)