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Missouri

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Counties Roos., ; Willkie, Roos., Landon,ll Countles Roos., , Willkie,

Roos., | Landon. Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem, Rep. Adair...... 4,813 5,688

4,685 Livingston...

4,633 5,298 5,226 4,678 Andrew.... 3,059 4,384 3,702 3,987||McDonald... 3.312 4,0631 3,5031 3,312 Atchison... 3,0251 3,322 3,452 3,044|Macon......

6,120 5.384 6,4171 4,808 Audrain... 7,7681 3,447 7,455 2,508|Madison..

2,405 2,495 2,323 2013 Barry...... 5,207 6,573) 5.744 5,906Maries....

2,078 1.749 2,414 1,306 Barton.... 3,539 3.737 4,048 3,164 Marion...

9,723 5,892 11,068 Bates..... 4,978 5,727 5,681 5,022Mercer......

1.364 2,7871 1.8341 Benton......

1,765 3,912 1,950 3.375 Miller...... 3,113 3,97i| 3,436 Bollinger.... 2,511 3.4151 2,816 2,988 Mississippi.. 4.362 3,073 4.160 Boone.

11.615 4,869 11,241 3,624 Moniteau... 2,922 3.627 3.210 3.238 Buchanan... 24,482 17,484 28.8251 15,912 Monroe

1,200 6,376

939 Butler ..... 6,213 8.024 6,234 6,355 Montg'm'y.. 3,205 3,930 3,458 Caldwell.... 2,728 3,976 3.0141 3,792 Morgan,

2,376 3,166 2,585 2,993 Callaway.... 7,162 3,574 7,160 3,112 N. Madrld... 9,591 6,318 7,7911 Camden..... 1,549 2,692 1.908 2,281 Newton.

6,256 8,064 6.929 6,437 Cape Girar.. 8, 642 9,297 8,892

Nodaway... 6,696 6,759) 7,499 5.817 Carroll.... 4,446 6,000 5,141 5,432 Oregon...

3,593 1,826 3,504 1.461 Carter......

1,499 1,195 1.5901 1,073 Osage..... 2,332 3,7431 2,995 2.836 Cass..... 5,479 4,983 5.731 4,070 Ozark. ...

965 3,421 1.359 2,981 Cedar.... 1.9731 4,068 2,443 3,535 Pemiscot.

9,391 6.011 8,171 4.139 Chariton. 5,053 4,439 5,490 3,433 Perry.

2,354 4.656 3,098 3,383 Christian. 1.729 4,509 2,462 4,022 Pettis.

8.370 8.905 9,2651 7.435 Clark.... 2,728 3,171 3,003 2,812 Phelps.

4,780 3,319 4,658 2.690 Clay. 9.672 6.159 9,535 4,491

Pike....

5,742 3,707 • 5,898 2,871 Clinton. 3,800 3,030 4,166 2,512 Platte....

4,635 2,545 4,884 1.787 Cole..... 8,2191 7,664 8.831 6,180 Polk. ...

3,380 5,534 3,899) 5,126 Cooper... 4,606) 5,720

4,980 Pulaski... 2,752 2,367) 2,886 2.177 Crawford. 2,736 3,615 2,879 Putnam... 1,708 3,828

3,458 Dade.... 1.835 3,910

3,326 Ralis....

3,562 1,412 2,822 1,051 Dallas.....

1.566 3,859 1.749 3,066 Randolph.. 9.155 3,319 9,733 2,723 Davies.. 3,325 4,289 3,953 3,924 Ray.......

5,786 3.399 6.300 2.801 DeKalb.. 2,505 3,072 2,680 2,872 Reynolds.... 2,406 1.187

915 Dent..... 3,101 2,652 3,168 2,313 Ripley..... 2,419 2,291 2,466 1,911 Douglas... 1,350 4,870 2,1181 4,031 St. Charles .. 5,334 7.792 5,903 5,156 Dunklin..... 11,132 5,516 10.233 3,775 St. Clair

2,859 3,950 3,302 3,351 Franklin.... 7,237 10,283 7,565 7,708 St. Francois. 8,132 8,687 7.876 7,271 Gasconade.. 1.163 5,333 1.492 4.202 Ste. Genev.. 2,098 2,750 2,4461 1,664 Gentry ..... 3,689 3,446 4,173 3,115 St. Louis... 52,380 66,909 63,226) 45.541 Greene.... 22,130 21,456 21,489 17,298 Saline.....

7.998 7.336 8.622 6.105 Grundy.... 3,813 4,558 4.187 4,521 Schuyler.. 1.998 1,732 2,173 1,447 Harrison.. 3,325 5,304 3,942 4,888 Scotland.

2,435 2,329 2,768 1,940 Henry.. 6,069 6,332 7.145 4.927 Scott

7.899 4,401 7.763 3,126 Hickory... 787 2,496 910 2.329 Shannon

2,806 1,589 3,069 1.225 Holt...... 2,6771 3,739 3,0761 3,409 Shelby...

4,028 2,167 4,367 1.697 Howard... 4.770 2,333 5,326) 1.745 Stoddard.. 6,725 6,055 6,608 4,828 Howell.... 4,2181 6,158 4,725 5,297 Stone. ...

1.041 3,598 1366 Iron. ,.... 2,495 2,062 2,413 1.605 Sullivan...

3,743 4.080 3,986 4,019 Jackson..... 23,160 17,431 25.031 13.220 Taney...

1,497 3,167 Jasper.... 18,249 18,755 19,822

14.440 Texas....
4,497 4,730

4.132 Jefferson... 9,553 7,517 9,158!

5.575 Vernon.

8,271 5,443

6.872

4.546 Johnson..... 5,441 6,468 6,2941 5.797 Warren

914 3,403 1,277 2.639 Kan. City... 114,125 84,137 190,089 65,899 Washingt'n. 2,881 3.817 2,942 2,909 Knox.......

2,594 2,370 3,0301 2.134 Wayne. ... 2,991 2,735 3,235 2,494 Laclede .... 3,323 4,941 3.691 4.258 Webster..... 3,518 4,818 3,612 4,469 Lafayette... 6.913 8,802 7,275 7.355 Worth ...

1.702 1,807 1.944 Lawrence.. 5,279 7,317 6,184 6.185 Wrigat..... 2,727 5,0961 3.296 ,&37 Lewis

3,454 2,428 3,859 1,994 St. Louis Cy 233,338 168,165 260.063 127,878 Lincoln..... 4,420 3,035 4.625 2,268 Linn...... 6,2461 5,664 6.744 5,116 Totais...! 958,476 871,009 1,111,043! 697,891

1940 (President)-Thomas, Soc., 2,226; Babson, Proh., 1,809; Aiken, Soc. Lab., 209.

1940 U. S. Senator)-Truman, Dem., 930.775; Davis, Rep., 886,376; Rinck, Soc., 1,669; Baefi, Soe, Lab., 196.

1940 (Governor)-Donnell, Rep., 911,530; McDaniel, Dem., 907,917: High, Soc., 1,555; Cox, Soc. Lab., 205. L91938 (U. S. Senator)-Clark, Dem., 757,587; Caulfield, Rep., 488,687; Hodges, Soc., 1,712; Oberheu, Soc. Lab., 292.

1936 (President)-Thomas, Soc., 3,454; Lemke, Union, 14,630; Browder, Com., 417; Colvin, Proh., 908: Aiken, Soc. Lab., 292.

1936 (Governor-Stark, Dem., 1,037,133; Barrett, Rep., 772,934; Botz, Non. Part. 4.082: Duemler. Soc., 2,807; Williams, Com., 345; Cox, Soc. Lab., 295.

PAST VOTE OF MISSOURI 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 151,434; | 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 346,574; Taft. Rep.,

Grant, Rep., 119,116; O'Connor. Lab. Rep., 2,429; L 347,203; Chafin, Proh., 4,231; Debs. Soc., 15,431. 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 203,077: Hayes, Rep., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 330.746; Taft. Rep.. 145,029; Cooper, Greenback, 3,498.

207,821; Roosevelt, Prog., 124,371; Debs, Soc.. 1880 (Pres.). Hancock, Dem., 208,609; Garfield. 28,466. Rep., 153,567; Weaver, Greenback, 35,135.

1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 398,025; Hughes, Rep., 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 235,988; Blaine, 369,339; Hanly, Proh., 3,884; Benson, Soc., 14,612. Rep., 202,929; St. John, Proh., 2,153.

1916 (U. S. Sen.), Dem., 396,166; Rep., 371,710; 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 261,943; Harrison, Soc., 14.659; Soc. Lab., 962

Rep236,252: Fisk, Proh., 4,539; Streeter, U. 1920 (Pres.). Cox, Dem., 574,799; Harding. Rep.. Lab.. 18.619.

727,162; Watkins, Proh., 5,142; Debs, Soc., 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 268,188: Harrison,

20,242; Christensen, F.-Lab., 3.291. Rep. 226.918: Weaver. Peoples', 41,213; Bidwell, 1924 (Pres.). Coolidge, Rep., 648,486: Davis. Dem.. Proh., 4.331.

572, 753; LaFollette, Progs., 84,160; Faris, Proh., 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and Peoples' (Populist).

1,418; Johns, Soc-Lab., 909; Wallace, Comm. 313,576; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem.. 2,363; Land., 259. McKinley. Rep. 239.333: Levering. Proh., 2,462, 1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep.. 834.080: Smith. Dem.. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 351,922: McKinley, 662,562; Thomas, Soc.. 3,739; Reynolds. Soc.

Rep., 314,092; Woolley, Proh., 5,965; Debs, Soc., Lab., 340. 6.139.

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 1,025, 406; Hoover, 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 296.312; Roosevelt | Rep., 564,713; Thomas, Soc., 16,374; Upshaw,

Rep., 321,449; Swallow. Proh., 7.191; Debs, Soc., Proh.. 2,429; Foster, Com., 568; Reynolds, Soc. 13.009.

Lab., 404.

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Montana

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

- 1936 Counties Roos., Willkie,l Roos., | Landon, Counties Roos.. Willkie, Roos., | Landon, Rep. Dem.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. Besverhead.. 1,632 1.725) 2,153 1.304 Meagher...

621
520

767 495 Big Horn,...

1.9261 1,6161 2,037 1,087 Mineral.... 645 402 657 215 Blaine......

2,129 1,165 2.166 851 Missouls.. 7,7471 5,640 7,690 2,697 Broadwater.. 854 755 1,071 502 Musselshell. 1,807 1,086 2,092 771 Carbon... 2,678 2,421 3,116 1,617 Park.

2,833 2,433 2.968 1,583 Carter..

734
556 929 464 Petroleum..

316 313 523 258 Cascade... 13,637 6,443 13,325 4,077

Phillips ..

2,225 1.110 2,555 850 Chouteau. 2,213 1,235

878 Pondera.
1,899 1.038) 2,213

658 Custer... 2,782 2,017 3.196 1,381 Powder Riv

551 633 758 545 Daniels.... 1,086 1,596 467 Powell...

1,765 1,116 2,060 799 Dawson.. 1,765 1,6121 2.169 1,221

Prairie
554

877 454 Deer Lodge. 4,916 2,397 4.813 1,640 Ravalli

2,773 2,483 2,859 1.580 Fallon..... 686 925 1,015 598 Richland

2.095 1,497 2,516 1,066 Fergus...... 3,873 2.706 4.675 1.821 Roosevelt

2,418 1.503 1,624 866 Flathead.... 5,217 4,403 5,408 2,460 Rosebud.... 1.399 1.252 2.923 1,052 Gallatin

4,718 3,430 4,697 2,151 Sanders..... 1,634 1,088 1.788 718 Garfield. 644

991 548 Sheridan.... 2,108 892 2.503 513 Glacier..... 2,399 1,352 2,453 781 Silver Bow.. 17,467 7,932 17,697 4.528 Gold'n Val'y. 351 402

331

Stillwater... 1,2011 1,255 1,292 1.034 Granite..... 917 784 1.227 475 Sweet Grass

741 861

664 Hil........ 3.700 1.842 4,328 1,014

Teton.
1.735 1,132 1,917

604 1,259 830 1,409 573 Toole, ..... 1,954 1.218! 2,120 654 Judith Basin. 1,215 670 1,534 645 Treasure...

321

287 398 241 Lake 2,379 2,7181 2,656 1,401 Valley

3,493 1,597 5,862 996 Lewis & Clark 5,814 4.762 5,614 2,951 1 Wheatland

948 786 1.037 602 Liberty... 550 434 758

276

576

461 790 362 Lincoln.....

2,150 1,250 2,117 745 || Yellowstone. 9,036 8,479 8,575 5,193 Madison .. 1,674 1,557 1.819 1,000 McCone.... 928 529 1.366

332 !!

Totals ... 145,698 99.579! 159,690 63,598 1940 (President)-Thomas, Soc., 1,443; Babson, Proh., 664; Browder, Com., 489. 1940 (U. S. Senator)-Wheeler, Dem., 176,753; Cheadle, Rep., 63.941. 1940 (Governor) ---Ford, Rep., 124,435: Ayers, Dem., 119,453: Fredrickson, Com., 1,713. 1936 (President)--Lemke, Union, 5,549; Thomas, Soc., 1.066; Browder, Com., 385 Colvin, Proh., 224 1936 (U. S. Senator Murray, Dem., 121,769; Larson, Rep., 60.038: Monaghan, Ind.. 39,655.

1936 (Governor)-Ayers, Dem., 115,310; Hazelbaker, Rep., 108.914; Cavanaugh, Soc., 917: Ryan. Union, 838; Fredrickson, Com., 374.

PAST VOTE OF MONTANA 1892 (Pres.). Cleveland. Dem.. 17,581; Harrison, 1 18,512; Roosevelt. Prog.. 22,456; Debs. Soc.

Rep., 18,851; Weaver, People's, 7,334; Bidwell, 10.885.
Proh., 549.

| 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 101,063: Hughes. Rep. 1896 (Pres.), McKinley, Rep., 10,494: Bryan, Dem.

66,750; Roosevelt, Prog., 298; Benson, Soc., 9,564 and People's, 42,537; Levering. Proh., 186.

1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 57,372: Harding. Rep..

109,430; Christensen, F.-Lab., 12.204. 1900 (Pres.). McKinley, Rep., 25,373: Bryan, Dem., 1924 (Pres.), Coolidge. Rep., 74.138: LaFollette.

37,145; Woolley, Pron., 298: Debs, Soc., 708. Progs., 61,105; Davis, Dem., 33,805: Foster 1904 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Rep., 34,932; Parker, Dem., Workers, 357; Johns, Soc.-Lab., 247. 21.773; Swallow, Proh., 335: Debs, Soc., 5.676.

1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep., 113.300; Smith, 78,578:

Thomas, Soc., 1.667: Foster, Coin.. 563 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 29,326; Taft. Rep.,

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt. Dem., 127,286; Hoover, 32,333; Chafin, Proh., 827; Debs, Soc., 5.855.

Rep., 78,078; Thomas, Soc., 7.891; Foster, Com.. 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 27,941; Taft, Rep..! 1.775: Harvey, Lib., 1,449.

cheadle, Rép. 63:9drickson, Com: dJvin, Proh., 224 1783263: Dem. Nie Broeder.com 3. ind. 39,6567: Ryan.

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The earliest peoples inhabiting the northern other lime and mud formations, younger and softer Montana plains were apparently Snake Indians of than the rocks which make up the mountains, Shoshonean stock. Later Nez Perces, Flatheads, but formed under much the same conditions. These and Kootenais pushed eastward through passes contain many forms of life, such as fish and shells. from the headwaters of the Columbia River system. I In Glacier National Park some of the ancient Then came horses and firearms, and the whites glacier ice still remains in the higher portions of themselves to set up an entirely different state of ! the valleys and a study of these ice fields helps in affairs in their hitherto relatively peaceful exis- interpreting the history of the park during the tence. First, a growing and expounding Siouan Ice Age. It is evident that ice did not cover the race, pressed forward also by an expanding irre-entire range, but that the higher peaks stood out sistable Algonkian stock, occupied the high plains above the ice, which probably never reached a and pushed back its peoples behind the wall of thickness of over 3,000 feet in this region. The mountains. These were the Crows from the south, V-shaped valleys which had been produced by the Assiniboins to the east. Lastly, armed with stream erosion were filled with glacier3 which strategy and firearms, and given speed and range moved slowly down the valleys. The ice froze with horses, the Blackfeet came forth from their onto all loose rock material and carried it forward. forests to become the terror of the north. They using it as abrasive to gouge out the rock, the grew strong on the abundance of food and game valley bottoms, and sides. Gradually the valley: on the Great Plains, and pushed the Crows beyond were molded until they had acquired smooth the Yellowstone River, until met by the forces of U-shaped character. There are examples of this white soldiers and the tide of civilization

work of ice in the park, among which are Two The mountains of Glacier National Park in Medicine, Cut Bank, St. Mary, Swiftcurrent, and Montana are made up of many layers of limestone Belly River Valleys. and other rocks formed from sediments deposited In addition to smoothing the valley down which under water. At intervalsmuds were laid down they moved the glaciers produced many rock which later became consolidated into rocks known basins called cirques. These are the result of ice as "shales" and "argillites." Limy or calcareous plucking in the regions where the glaciers formed. muds were changed into limestone. The rocks show Alternate freezing and thawing cause the rock to ripple marks which were made by waves when the break and the resulting fragments are carried rock material was soft sand and mud Raindrop away by the moving ice mass. In the majority impressions and sun cracks show that the mud of cases the ciraues have lakes on their 110ors, from time to time WAS exposed to rains and the The park is dotted with these little lakes scattered drying action of the air. These facts indicate throughout the high mountain country. The that the area was once covered by a shallow sea. valley lakes are usually larger than the circle The geologist estimates that these depositions were lakes and have a different origin. As the glaciers made several hundred million years ago.

melted they deposited huge loads of sand, mud. In the plains area east of the mountains are and boulders in the valley bottoms called moraines, Counties

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Nebraska

(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)
1940
1936

1940

1936 Roos., Willkie,l Roos., Landon,ll Counties 1 Roos., 1 Willkie,l Roos., Landon, Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. 4,311 6,6301 6,126 4,094 Johnson... 1,357 2.919 2,359 2,126 2,155 4,331 3,165 3.304 Kearney .... 1,561 1.792 2,445 1.214

194 348 235) 312||Keith...... 1,759 2.022 2.000 1.094 226 4501 367 277 Keys Paha. 502 1,004 556

830 311 365 342||Kimball....

735 1,190 1,137 842 2,014 3.334 3,095 2.728 Knox....... 3,179 4.3521 4,449 2,949 2,195 2,942 2.900 1.711||Lancaster .. 19,3211 27,384 22.366 20,902 1,057 1.734 1.555 1.2901 Lincoln...

4.960 5,9081 8.742 3,857 975 1.783 1,188 1,419||Logan....,

325) 498 456 410 4,060 6,387 6,002 4,595 Loup......

289 539)

335)

438 2,589 3,443 3,120 2.710 McPherson.

164 414 2501 326 3,246 2,966 4.369 2,442 Madison.

3.982 7.353 6,044 5,149 3,627 4,704 4.922 3,669 Merrick...

1,466 2,886 2,401 2,367 2,619 4,397 3,781 2,394 Morrill..... 1,471 2,214 1,999 904 1,557 1,493 1,031 Nance...

1,435 1.963 2,012 1770 1.781 2,705 2,010 1,874 Nemaha... 2.549 3,817 3,459 2.720 1.943 2,394 2,950 1,374 Nuckolls..

1,8731 3.017 2,778 2,317 1.763 3,576 2,932 2,856 Otoe.

2,927 5,7991 4,173 4.399 2.361 2.5871 3,210

44 Pawnee...
1,596 2.643

2,074 1,595 4,3831 3,114 2,275 Perkins ..

1,054 1,413) 1,584

861 4,238 6,269 5,907 5,250|| Phelps.... 1.847) 2,5121

1,884 2,422 2,140 2,741

Pierce....
1,449 3,271

2016
1.771 3,184
2,784 2,083 Platte.

3,862 4,929 6,249 2,850 2,803 5,4451 4.021 3,573 Polk....... 1,635) 2,653 2,519 2,256 565 1,156 1.020 747 Red Willow 2,481 3,1191

3,445 2.078 1.912 3,038 2,640 2,108 Richardson.. 1,105 4,8331

5,813 3,908 4,282 7.141 6,3171 4,561 Rock.....

600 1,104

710 944 66,840 53,325

70,245 35,349 Saline..... 4,229 3,6731 5,480 2,637 803 1,441 1,3281 1,054 Sarpy...... 2.537 2,165

3,030 1.569 1,969 3,677 3,154 2,858 Saunders

4,162 4,917

5,514 3.773 1,378 2.354 2,350 1.685||Scotts Blufl.

4,455 7.989

5.768 4,051 1,062 2,069 1,883 1.576 Seward.....

2,529 4,117

3.866 3,123 1.797 3,3161 2,482 2.842 Sheridan.... 1.566 3,161

2,428 1.907 5,096 8,156 7,227 5,291 Sherman...

1,888 1,494

2,701 1.294 736 1,351

986
Sioux......

618 1,072 956 674 533 1,053

697

744
Stanton...
1.081 2,0741

1.917 1,169
628 1,001
1,118 647|Thayer...

2,077 3,8931

3,418 2,628 243

3211
267 Thomas...

277

374 366 1,502 1,530 1.988 1.107||Thurston.. 2,039

1,973

2,676 1,195 4,687 7,412

6,295 5.146 Valley ..... 1.5901 2,449 1,960 2,033 1,666 3,286 2,653 2.748 Washingt'n.. 2,036

2,922

3,426 2,263 1.353 2,182 2,084 1.692 Wayne......

1.3951 3,209 2,322 2,149 598 759 818 654 Webster... 1,329 2,847 2,408 1,912 1.188 1.663 1.7381 1.285 Wheeler....

427 495 484

355 3.016 4,840 3,902 3.7141 York...... 2,200 5,322 3,741 4,554 147

191 288 2.238 1.696 3,148 1.223 Totals... 263,677 352,201 347,454 248,731 2.759 4,980 4,5261 3,04811

2,297 2,587 2,357

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436

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1940 (U. S. Senator)-Butler, Rep., 340,250; Cochran, Dem., 247,659; Ruthven (by petition), 8,982. 1940 (Governor)--Griswold, Rep., 365,638; Carpenter, Dem., 235, 167. 1938 (Governor)--Cochran, Dem., 218,787; Warner, Rep., 201,898; Bryan, by petition, 76,258. 1936 (President)--Lemke, Union, 12,847. 1936 (U. S. Senator)-Norris (by petition), 258,700; Simmons, Rep., 223.276: Carpenter. Dem.. 108.391. 1936 (Governor)-Cochran, Dem., 333,412; Griswold, Rep., 257,267; Mehrens (by petition), 5.746.

PAST VOTE OF NEBRASKA 1872 (Pres.), Grant, Rep., 18,329; Greeley, Dem. 1900 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 114,013; McKinley, Rep.. and Lib., 7.812.

1 121,835; Woolley, Proh., 3,655; Debs, Soc., 823. 1876 (Pres). Tilden. Dem.. 17,554: Hayes, Rep., 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 52.921: Roosevelt. Rep..

31,916; Cooper, Greenback, 2,320; Smith, Proh. | 138,558; Swallow, Proh., 6,323; Debs, Soc., 7.412. Ref,, 1,599.

1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 131,099; Taft. Rep.. 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 28,523; Garfield. 126,997; Chafin, Proh., 5, 179; Debs, Soc., 3.534.

Rep. 54.979: Weaver, Greenback, 3,950; Dow, 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 109,008; Taft, Rep.. Pron., 1,599.

54,029; Roosevelt, Prog., 72,614: Debs, Soc., 10,174. 1884 (Pres). Cleveland, Dem., 54,391; Blaine, 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 158,827: Hughes, Rep.. Rep., 76.912; St. John, Proh., 2,899.

117,257; Hanly, Proh., 2.952; Benson, Soc., 7.141. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 80,542; Harrison, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 119,608; Harding. Rep..

Rep., 108,425; Fisk, Proh., 9,429, Streeter, U. 247,498; Watkins, Prob., 5,947; Debs, Soc., 9,600. Lab., 4.226.

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 218,585; Davis. Dem.. 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 24,943; Harrison. 137.289; La Follette, Progs., 106, 701: Paris, Proh., Rep., 87,227; Weaver, People's, 83,134; Bidwell, 1,594. Proh., 4.902.

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 349.745; Smith, Dem.. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist). 197,959: Thomas, Soc., 3.434.

115.999: Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 2.885: 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 359,082: Hoover. McKinley, Rep., 103,064; Levering, Pron., 2.040.1 Rep., 201,177; Thomas, Soc., 9,876.

Emanuel Lisa, in 1805, established a trading post at Bellevue; the American Fur Co. put one there in 1810, in charge of Col. Peter A. Sarpy.

Fort Kearney, on the Platte River, was built in 1848 for the protection of the Oregon trall.

Omaha was founded in 1854; the first legislature met there in 1855: the State constitution was ratified by popular vote (for, 3,938; against, 3,838) in 1866. The state capital was moved from Omaha to Lincoln, in 1867.

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693 4061 780 237 Clark...... 5,154 2,1701 5,091 1,179

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748752 433 Elko. 3.0161 1.783 2,888 1,067 Pershing ...

696) 5941 861

275 Esmeralda. 6391 292 566 166 Storey

382 224 392 139 Eureka 353 284 396 180 Washoo....

9,243)

8.062 9.514 4,373 Humboldt. 1.3671 789 1,210

White Pine. 3,671 1.568 2,808 876 Lander.... 475 393) 585 240 Lincoln....

1,601) 461 1.639 256 Totals.. 31,945 21,229 31,925 11,923 Lyon..

1.0671 9631,203 495 1940 (U. S, Senator)-Pittmann, Dem., 31,351; Platt, Rep., 20,488. 1938 (Governor)-Carville, Dem., 28,528; Fulton, Rep., 17.586. 1938 (U. S. Senator)-McCarran, Dem., 27,406; Oddie, Rep., 19,078.

PAST VOTE OF NEVADA 1872 (Pres.), Grant, Rep., 8,413; Greeley. Dem. 1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 3.982; Roosevelt, Rep., and Lib., 6,236.

6,864; Debs, Soc., 925. 1876 (Pres.), Tilden, Dem., 9.308: Hayes, Rep., 1908 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 11,212; Taft, Rep., 10.383.

10,715; Debs, Soc., 2.103 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 8,619; Garfield. Rep., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 7,986; Taft, Rep., 3,196; 7,878.

Roosevelt, Prog., 5,620Debs, Soc., 3.313. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 5,578; Blaine, Rep., 1916 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 17.776; Hughes, Rep.. 7,193; Butler, Greenback, 26.

12.127; Hanly, Proh., 348; Benson, Soc., 3.065. 1888 (Þres.), Cleveland, Dem., 5,149; Harrison, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 9,851; Harding, Rep., Rep., 7,088; Fisk, Proh.. 41.

15.479; Debs, Soc., 1.864 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 714; Harrison, Rep., 1924 (Pres.). Coolidge. Rep.. 11,243; LaFollette,

2,711; Weaver, People's, 7.264; Bidwell, Proh., 89. Prog., 9.769; Davis, Dem., 5,909. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., and People's (Populist), 1928 (Pres.). Hoover, Rep., 18.327; Smith, Dem., 8,376; McKinley. Rep., 1.938.

14.090. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 6,347; McKinley, Rep., 1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt, Dem., 28,756: Hoover, 3.849.

Rep.. 12.674.

New Hampshire
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1936

1940

1940

1936

Dem.

Counties Roos., Willkie,l Roos., Landon, Counties Roos., Willkie Roos., Landon, Rep. 1 Dem. Rep.

Dem. Rep. 1

Dem.

Rep. Belknap.... 5,653 6,1151 5,150 6,219Merrimack... 14,692 14.923 13,645 14.456 Carroll....

2.8701 5.656 2,769 5,521 Rockingh'm.. 14,001 16,223 12,207 15,466 Cheshire... 6,916 8,302 6,322 8.052 Stafford.....

12.847 8.9961 11.0051 8.215 Coos....... 10.1001 6,650 8,737 6.737 Sullivan,.... 5,872 5,583 5,113 5,347 Grafton.....

9.76111,4781 8,520 11,336 Hill'boro'gh1 42,580 26.2011 34,992 23,2931 Total..... 125,292 110,127 108,460 104,642

1940 (Governor)-Blood, Rep., 112,386; Keefe, Dem., 109.093.
1938 (Governor)-Murphy, Rep., 107,841; Sullivan, Dem., 80,847.
1938 (U. S. Senator)--Tobey, Rep., 100.633; Brown, Dem., 84,920.
1936 (President)--Lemke, Union, 4,819; Browder. Communist, 193.
1936 (U. S. Senator)---Bridges, Rep., 107,923; Rogers, Dem., 99,195; Morse, Farm. Lab., 989.

PAST VOTE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 1872 (Pres.), Greeley, Dem. and Lib., 31,425; Grant. 1900 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 35,489; McKinley, Rep.. Rep., 37.168; O'Conor, Lab. Ref., 100; Black, 54.798; Woolley, Proh., 1,271; Debs, Soc., 790.

1904 (Pres.), Parker, Dem., 33,905; Roosevelt, Rep., 1876 (Pres.); Tilden, Dem., 38,510; Hayes, Rep., 41,540.

1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 33,655: Taft, Rep.. 1880 (Pres.), Hancock, Dem., 40,797; Garfield.

53,149: Chafin, Proh., 905, Debs, Soc., 1,299. Rep., 44,856; Weaver, Greenback, 528; Dow,

. 1912 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem.. 34,724; Taft, Rep.. Proh., 180. 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 39,198; Blaine, Rep.,

32,927; Roosevelt, Prog., 17,794; Debs, Soc., 1,980. 43,254; St. John, Proh., 1,571; Butler, Green

| 1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 43,781; Hughes, Rep.. back, 552.

43,725; Hanly, Proh., 303; Benson, Soc. 1.318. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 43.456; Harrison,

1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 62,662; Harding. Rep., Rep., 45,728; Fisk. Proh., 1,593; Streeter, United

95.196; Debs, Soc., 1,234.

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep.. 98.575; Davis, Dem., 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 43,081; Harrison, 57,201; LaFollette, Prog., 8,993, Rep., 45.658; Weaver, People's, 293; Bidwell, 1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 115,404; Smith, Dem., Proh., 1.297.

80.715; Thomas, Soc., 455: Foster, Com., 173. 1896 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), 1932 (Pres.). Roosevelt, Dem., 100,680; Hoover,

21,650; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 3,420: MC Rep., 103,629: Thomas, Soc., 947; Foster, Com.. Kinley, Rep., 57,444; Levering, Proh., 825.

264.

New Hampshire, one of the original thirteen shire in those days was roughly described as "that states of the Union, was first settled in 1623. The part of the main land of New England" between Legislature consists of a Senate of 24 members. the Merrimack and Piscataqua rivers. It was more elected for two years, and a House of Representa than a hundred years before the boundaries of the tives of from 418 to 427 members, the number de

province of New Hampshire were definitely fixed, pending on the population. The State is divided

but once settled upon, in 1740 on the south and into ten counties. The name of New Hampshire was first given to

east and in 1764 on the west, these lines have this section of the country in 1629, when the

remained practically intact to this day. Plymouth company gave & grant of part of its

The first settlement in New Hampshire was in colonial possessions to Captain John Mason. a Rye (then called "Little Harbor" and afterwards gentleman of Hampshire in England. New Hamp-called Portsmouth), in 1623.

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Atlantic.... 36,155 30,551 39,605 24,680 | Monmouth.. 36,298 49,6751 38.914 41,480 Bergen 76,541 131,588 91,1071 89.628 Morris....

24,698 39,7201 24,980 32,365 Burlington.... 26.574 21,161 26.095 18,644 Ocean.....

8,762 13,394 9,889) 11.293 Camden...... 84,837 43,480 86,300 35.874 Passaic....

69.8801 65,523 71,384 49,046 Cape May.... 8,485 9,4291 9.3631 8,531 |Salem .....

12.244 8,132 11,614 7,671 Cumberland. 19.251 16.322) 20,492 14,500Somerset..

16,490 20,169 15,987) 15,806 Essex....... 154.363) 182,124 174,857 140,991 Sussex.....

6,3141 8,642 6.8621 7.945 Gloucester .... 20.284 17.674 20,516 15,813 Union ....

70.737 79.962 70,8131 59.353 Hudson..... 208,429 107.552) 233,3901 65,110|| Warren...

10,929 10,595 12,476 9,437 Hunterdon..

7,872 10,284 9,526 8,832 Mercer ...... 50,121 37,190 47.702 29,283|| Totals..... 1,016,404 944,876 1,083,5491719,421 Middlesex..... 67,1401 41,709) 61.679| 32.9591)

1940 (President)-Browder. Com., 8,814; Thomas, Soc., 2.823: Aiken, Soc. Lab., 446; Babson, Proh., 851.

1940 (U. S. Senator)-Barbour, Rep., 1,029.331; Cromwell, Dem., 823,893; Coleman, Soc., 8,836; Tumulty, Jr., Constitutional Ind., 2,784; Mary Dooner, Com., 1,519; Leach, Proh., 645; Santhouse, Soc. Lab., 464; Breltman, Soc. Workers, 303.

1940 (Governor)- Edison, Dem., 984,407; Hendrickson, Rep., 920,512; Douglas, Soc., 7,607; Cantor, com., 1,544; Butterworth, Soc. Lab., 1,411; Bateman, Proh., 584.

1938 (U. S. Senator) ----Barbour, Rep., 816,667; Ely, Dem., 704,159; Norman, Com., 3,515; Palangio, Soc., 3,671; Butterworth, Soc. Labor, 1,873; Kelley, Proh., 8,201; Turner, Townsend Plan, 3,521.

1936 (President)--Thomas, Soc., 3,895; Lemke, Union, 9,045, Browder. Communist, 1,590; Colvin, Proh., 916; Aiken, Soc., Lab., 346.

PAST VOTE OF NEW JERSEY 1872 (Pres.), Grant, Rep., 91,656; Greeley, Dem. | 1908 (Pres.), Bryan, Dem., 182,567; Taft, Rep., and Lib., 76,456.

265,326; Chafin, Proh., 4,934; Debs, Soc., 10.253 1876 (Pres.), Hayes, Rep., 103,517: Tilden, Dem., 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 170,282; Taft, Rep.. 115,962.

88,834; Roosevelt, Prog., 145,409; Debs, Soc., 1880 (Pres.). Hancock, Dem., 122,565; Garfield. 15,900. Rep., 120,555; Weaver, Greenback, 2.617.

1916 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 211,645; Hughes, Rep., 1884 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 127,784; Blaine, 269,352; Hanly, Proh., 3,187; Benson, Soc., 10.462.

Rep., 123,433; St. John, Proh., 6,153; Butler, 1920 (Pres.), Cox, Dem., 258,229; Harding, Rep., Greenback, 3,456.

611,670; Watkins, Proh.. 4,711; Debs, Soc.. 1888 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 151,508; Harrison, 27,217: Christensen, F.-Lab.. 2,173 Rep., 144,360: Fisk, Proh., 7.933.

1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 676,277; Davis, Dem., 1892 (Pres.), Cleveland, Dem., 171,066; Harrison, 298,043; LaFollette, Progs., 109,028; Faris, Proh.. Rep., 156.101: Bidwell? Proh., 8,133

1,660; Foster, Workers, 1.560: Johns. Soc.-Lab. 1896 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem. and People's (Populist), 358.

133,695; Palmer, Nat'l (Gold) Dem., 6,378; 1928 (Pres.), Smith, Dem., 616,517; Hoover, Rep., McKinley, Rep., 221,371; Levering. Proh., 5.617. 926,050; Foster, Com., 1,257; Reynolds, Soc. Lab. 1900 (Pres.). Bryan, Dem., 164.879; McKinley, Rep., 500.

221, 754; Woolley, Proh., 7, 190; Debs, Soc., 4,611. 1932 (Pres.). Roosevelt. Dem., 806,630: Hoover, 1904 (Pres.). Parker, Dem.. 164,367; Roosevelt, Rep., 775,684; Thomas, Soc., 42,998; Foster, Com.

Rep., 245,164; Swallow, Proh., 6,845; Debs, Soc., 2.915; Reynolds, Soc. Lab., 1.062; Upshaw, 9.587.

Proh., 774.

New Mexico
(Presidential vote, 1940, 1936)

1936

1940

1940

1936

Counties

Bernalillo.. Catron..... Chaves .... Collax.... Curry..... De Baca... Dona Ana.. Eddy Grant...... Guadalupe Harding.... Hidalgo... Lea. Lincoln .... Luna .... McKinley.. M or&.....

Roos., Willkie, Roos.. Landon, Counties! Roos., 1 Willkie, | Roos., Landon.
Dem. Rep. Dem.

Rep.

Dem. Rep. Dem. Rep. 14,428 11,999 15,312 7,112 Otero..... 1.788 1,596 1,981 1.329 1,039 949 1,457

795 Quay... +

3,215 1,413 3,417 847 4,304 2,981 4.396 2,508 Rio Arriba. 4,952 4,289 4.697

4.100 4,234 3,452 4,657 2.740 Roosevelt.. 3,190 1,384 2.904 670 4,670 1.629 4,684 1,022 Sandoval... 2,000 1,990 2,095 1.799

970 479 1,003 443 San Juan... 1,445 1.757 1.520 1.338 5,208 3,720 5,539 2,495 San Miguel 6.054 4,882 6.160 4,702 4,968 1.625 4,330 1,017 Santa Fe... 6,482 6,285 6,139 4,968 3.914 2.015 3,219 1,456 Sierra...... 1,634 1.372 1,585 950 2,082 1,807 2.182 1.772 Socorro....

2,489 2,703 2,477 2,528 1,004 998 1.276 887 Taos.......

3,463 3.342 3,042 2,920 1.049

516 1,112 323 Torrance... 1.921 2,509 2,340 1,836 4,295 1.286 3,867 1,545 Union ..... 1.987 1,900 2,604 1,621 1.703 | 1,794 2,022 179 Valencia... 3,318 3.436 3,337 2.941 1,388 1,066 1,495 860 2,525 1,701 2,527 1,405 Totals...! 103,699 79,315 105,838 61.710 1,9601 2.440 2,462 2,260 1

1940 (U. S. Senator)-Chavez, Dem., 103, 194; Mitchell, Rep., 81,257. 1940 (Governor)-Miles. Dem., 103.035: Miera, Rep., 82.306. 1938 (Governor)--Miles, Dem., 82,344; Mitchell, Rep., 75,017. 1936 (President)-Lemke, Union, 924; Thomas, Soc., 343; Browder, Com., 43. 1936 (U. S. Senate)-(Long term) Hatch, Dem., 104,550; Everly, Rep 64,817; Throp, Farm. Lab., 71.

PAST VOTE OF NEW MEXICO 1912 (Pres.), Wilson, Dem., 22,139; Taft, Rep., 1924 (Pres.), Coolidge, Rep., 54,745; Davis, Dem., 17.900: Roosevelt, Prog., 8.347: Debs, Soc., 2.859. |

48,542; LaFollette. Progs.. 9,543.

1928 (Pres.), Hoover, Rep., 69,645; Smith, Dem., 1916 (Pres.). Wilson, Dem., 33.693; Hughes, Rep.,

48.211; Foster, Com., 158. 31,163; Hanly, Proh., 112; Benson, Soc., 1,999.

1932 (Pres.), Roosevelt. Dem., 95,089; Hoover, 1920 (Pres.). Cox, Dem., 46.668; Harding. Rep., | Rep., 54,217; Thomas, Soc., 1,776; Harvey, Lib. 57.634; Christensen, F.-Lab.. 1,097.

389Foster,' Com.. 135.

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