In 2000 the U.S. Census Bureau reported the American population at 281,421,906. To calculate the population, the Census Bureau uses survey forms that are processed through tabulating machines. The Census Bureau first began using tabulation machines in 1890 that were designed by Herman Hollerith. At that time, the American population was nearly 63 million.
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