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The population of Pensacola in 1900 was 17,747. Annual exports were valued at $14,413,522.[1] According to some sources, Pensacola's black population in 1900 exceeded the white population by over 1,000 — 7,775 to 6,312.[2]

The average temperature during 1900 was 65.1ºF, with 17 days registering above 90 degrees and 8 days registering below 32 degrees. The rainfall for 1900 was above average at 70.82 inches.[1]


  1. 1.0 1.1 J. S. Glass, editor. The Southern Manufacturer, Volume V, Number 3. New Orleans: June 1901.
  2. Donald H. Bragaw. "Status of Negroes in a Southern Port City in the Progressive Era: Pensacola, 1896-1920." Florida Historical Quarterly, Volume LI, Number 3, January 1973.