Thursday, July 31, 2014

Your City Rank -- 1900 -- Census

Our city was ranked 48. Where was yours? Wow, LA only #36!

Census 1900
Provided by the railroad
and published
October, 1990






July Wrap-Up

Since starting John's Island over four years ago we have wondered if we would ever accomplish publishing a new post every day for a month. Today's post will complete that goal. We sure do not think we will be posting every day in most months as we move forward. We have found blogging to be a pretty neat hobby especially for someone who is a collector. It provides an incentive to get the collection organized and to see what you can learn about the items in the collection. Well, tomorrow is August 1, and in a just a few days we will pass the midpoint between summer solstice and fall equinox and move into the second half of the summer season. Thanks for joining us on John's Island.

2 comments:

  1. I only joined you recently, having discovered you (I don't remember how) and have enjoyed your posts very much. I post three times a week on one blog, and once a week on the other one. It's all I can handle! We started blogging around the same time, too: my first post was in February 2009. :-)

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  2. This post really gets one to thinking. Having just returned from 10 days in Iowa I see that Des Moines Iowa has more population than Houston. In fact Kansas City is 4 times the population of Houston and 6 times the population of Ft Worth. You have to wonder if the invention of air conditioning is a big reason for population shifts. It could also have something to do with oil.
    Really enjoy looking at your collection, being a fellow pack rat, and look forward to your future posts.

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