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1. American Indian Reservations, Arizona, 1890

1890. University of Arizona. Library. Statewide coverage of 1890 American Indian Reservations. Reservation boundaries cross into the adjacent states. For example, the Navajo Nation cros... University of Arizona.

2. Census Places, Arizona, 1890

1890. University of Arizona. Library. Statewide coverage of 1890 Places based on population data available from the U.S. Bureau of the Census. Population data is from the Report on Popu... University of Arizona.

3. Historical United States County Boundaries, 1890

1890. Earle, Carville, Heppen, John, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.). Department of Geography and Anthropology., Otterstrom, Samuel, and Cao, Changyong. This polygon shapefile contains county boundaries for the United States in 1890. Attributes include county and state names as well as FIPS identifi... Geoscience Publications.

4. Population Densities and Changes of Densities of Minor Civil Divisions from 1890 to 2000: Indiana

1890. United States Census Bureau. Historical census data for minor civil divisions (also known as "civil townships") in Indiana were provided by personnel of the Indiana Business Re...

5. Populations and Population Densities of Minor Civil Divisions from 1890 to 2000: Indiana

1890. United States Census Bureau. Historical census data for minor civil divisions (also known as "civil townships") in Indiana were provided by personnel of the Indiana Business Re...

6. Scotland counties before 1890

1890. GBHGIS, University of Portsmouth, Research Project. These are digital boundaries for the system of counties used in Scotland from medieval times and continuing to exist until 1975, broadly as aggrega...

7. Scottish Counties, before 1890

1890. Southall, Humphrey, Aucott, Paula, Bennett, Chris, University of Portsmouth, and Great Britain Historical Geographical Information System. These are digital boundaries for the system of counties used in Scotland from medieval times and continuing to exist until 1975, broadly as aggrega... University of Portsmouth.