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used in The Souls of Black Folk

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an official count of a population (often accompanied by collection of other data)
  • The census of 1890 showed nearly twenty-four thousand Negro churches in the country, with a total enrolled membership of over two and a half millions, or ten actual church members to every twenty-eight persons, and in some Southern States one in every two persons.
    Chapter 10 (31% in)

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