According to the census, about 250 million people became Americans in that 100 years. Moving the population from 76 million to 281 million in 2000.
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In 1900, the U.S. population was 76,212,168 – in 2000 it had grown to 281,421,906. That’s an increase of 205,209,738.
Percentage-wise, the U.S. grew 369% over that hundred-year stretch. The highest percentage increase occurred in Nevada (4720%), Arizona (4173%), Florida (3023%), California (2280%), and Washington (1137%). The states with the lowest percentage increase were Iowa (131%), Nebraska (160%), Vermont (177%), Missouri (180%), and Kansas (182%).
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