b'One More Disputethis dispute. Ohio militia was posted onThe Michigan Survey the border, ready to invade Michigan. Afew small fights broke out, but no realWith boundary issues settled war began. The Enabling Act that hadbetween the U.S. and England, only one allowed Ohio to become a state setkey dispute remained. Originally, a land Ohios northern boundary to be an eastsurvey gave territory in northwest Ohio and west line drawn through theto Ohio. Today this land is in Williams, southerly extreme of Lake Michigan,Fulton, and Lucas counties, but both the running east until it shall intersect Lakestate of Ohio and Michigan Territory Erie. This is not a very clear descrip-claimed it. In 1835, these two areas tion of a boundary. Several surveysnearly went to war with each other overOhio Population Growth During the 19th CenturyCensus Total White African Number NumberYear Population Population American Born BornPopulation in U.S. Overseas1800 45,365 45,028 337 n.a. n.a.1810 230,760 228,861 1,899 n.a. n.a.1820 581,434 576,711 4,723 n.a. n.a.1830 937,903 928,329 9,574 n.a. n.a.1840 1,519,467 1,502,122 17,345 n.a. n.a.1850 1,980,329 1,955,060 25,279 n.a. n.a.1860 2,339,511 2,302,808 36,673 n.a. n.a.1870 2,665,260 2,601,946 63,213 n.a. n.a.1880 3,198,062 3,117,920 79,900 2,803,119 394,9431890 3,672,316 3,584,805 87,113 3,213,036 459,2801900 4,157,545 4,060,204 96,901 3,698,311 459,234page 78'