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Schenectady County, New York Census Statistics: 1825
Demographic

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Demographic Statistics for Schenectady County, New York: 1825 — General
 Town of DuanesburgTown of GlenvilleTown of NiskayunaTown of PrincetownTown of RotterdamCity of SchenectadyCityCounty
Ward 1Ward 2
Males1,7591,2662565337748201,2192,0396,627
—— % of Males in County26.5419.103.868.0411.6812.3718.3930.77 
—— % of Place51.9853.3550.5951.1551.5051.8749.0150.1251.47
 
Females1,6251,1072505097297611,2682,0296,249
—— % of Females in County26.0017.714.008.1511.6712.1820.2932.47 
—— % of Place48.0246.6549.4148.8548.5048.1350.9949.8848.53
 
Total Males and Females3,3842,3735061,0421,5031,5812,4874,06812,876
—— % of County26.2818.433.938.0911.6712.2819.3231.59 
Demographic Statistics for Schenectady County, New York: 1825 — Persons of Color
 Town of DuanesburgTown of GlenvilleTown of NiskayunaTown of PrincetownTown of RotterdamCity of SchenectadyCityCounty
Ward 1Ward 2
Persons of Color not taxed38472376144149193369
—— % of POC not taxed in County10.3012.746.231.9016.5311.9240.3852.30 
 
Persons of Color taxed000013664243
—— % of POC taxed in County0.000.000.000.002.3383.7213.9597.67 
 
Persons of Color taxed and qualified to vote010000161617
—— % of POC taxed and voting in County0.005.880.000.000.000.0094.1294.12 
 
Total Persons of Color38482376280171251429
—— % of Total POC in County8.8611.195.361.6314.4518.6539.8658.51 
—— % of Place1.122.024.550.674.135.066.886.173.33
Demographic Statistics for Schenectady County, New York: 1825 — Persons with Disabilities
 Town of DuanesburgTown of GlenvilleCity of SchenectadyCityCounty
Ward 1Ward 2
Deaf and Dumb 
Males under 10 years000111
Males between 10 and 25 years100001
Females under 10 years000000
Females between 10 and 25 years100001
Total200113
Supported by charity100001
Support themselves100001
 
Idiots 
Males under 21 years100112
Males above 21 years000000
Females under 21 years000000
Females above 21 years010001
Total110113
Supported by charity000111
Support themselves000000
 
Lunatics 
Males under 21 years000000
Males above 21 years010112
Females under 21 years010112
Females above 21 years000222
Total020446
Supported by charity100223
Support themselves010112
Demographic Statistics for Schenectady County, New York: 1825 — Other
 Town of DuanesburgTown of GlenvilleTown of NiskayunaTown of PrincetownTown of RotterdamCity of SchenectadyCityCounty
Ward 1Ward 2
Males subject to militia duty, age 18-45 years39226455109164922583501,334
—— % of Militia Males in County29.3919.794.128.1712.296.9019.3426.24 
—— % of Place11.5811.1310.8710.4610.915.8210.378.6010.36
 
Males qualified to vote6094781112053462383956332,382
—— % of Voters in County25.5720.074.668.6114.539.9916.5826.57 
—— % of Place18.0020.1421.9419.6723.0215.0515.8815.5618.50
 
Aliens471011672197118199
—— % of Aliens in County23.625.030.508.043.5210.5548.7459.30 
—— % of Place1.390.420.201.540.471.333.902.901.55
 
Paupers1233040202042
—— % of Paupers in County28.577.147.140.009.520.0047.6247.62 
—— % of Place0.350.130.590.000.270.000.800.490.33

Source: Census of the State of New York, 1825.

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