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381. Total and Federally Owned Land, and by State: 1998

[As of end of fiscal year; see text, section 9. Total land area figures are not comparable with those in table 380. Public lands include any land and interest in land owned by the United States that are administered by the Secretary of Interior through the BLM, without regard to how the United States acquired ownership, except for (1) lands located on the Outer Continental Shelf, and (2) lands held for the benefit of Indians, Aleuts, and Eskimos. Includes public domain and acquired lands. This inventory is authorized by the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (63 Statute 377), as amended]

 
1998 1998
Not Not OWNED BY
POST owned owned FEDERAL
OFFICE FIPS Total by by GOVERNMENT 1
STATE ABBREV- CODE (1,000 Federal Federal
IATION acres) govt. govt. Total Public Aquired Per-
(1,000 (Per- (1,000 domain by other cent
acres) cent) acres) methods
(1,000 (1,000
acres) acres)
 
    United States US 00000 2,271,343 1,616,458 71.2 654,885 589,683 65,203 28.8
 
Alabama AL 01000 32,678 31,569 96.6 1,110 1 1,108 3.4
Alaska AK 02000 365,482 117,195 32.1 248,287 248,010 277 67.9
Arizona AZ 04000 72,688 39,558 54.4 33,130 31,766 1,364 45.6
Arkansas AR 05000 33,599 30,174 89.8 3,260 1,040 2,386 10.2
California CA 06000 100,207 55,179 55.1 45,027 41,586 3,441 44.9
Colorado CO 08000 66,486 42,262 63.6 24,224 22,774 1,450 36.4
Connecticut CT 09000 3,135 3,120 99.5 15 0 15 0.5
Delaware DE 10000 1,266 1,239 97.9 27 0 27 2.1
District of Columbia DC 11000 39 30 76.6 9 0 9 23.4
Florida FL 12000 34,721 31,832 91.7 2,889 82 2,807 8.3
Georgia GA 13000 37,295 35,215 94.4 2,080 0 2,080 5.6
Hawaii HI 15000 4,106 3,500 85.3 605 255 350 14.7
Idaho ID 16000 52,933 19,860 37.5 33,073 32,225 848 62.5
Illinois.. IL 17000 35,795 35,167 98.2 628 0 627 1.8
Indiana IN 18000 23,158 22,648 97.8 510 1 510 2.2
Iowa IA 19000 35,860 35,626 99.3 234 0 234 0.7
Kansas KS 20000 52,511 51,846 98.7 665 26 639 1.3
Kentucky KY 21000 25,512 24,277 95.2 1,236 0 1,236 4.8
Louisiana LA 22000 28,868 27,583 95.5 1,285 3 1,282 4.5
Maine ME 23000 19,848 19,656 99.0 192 0 192 1.0
Maryland MD 24000 6,319 6,120 96.8 199 0 199 3.2
Massachusetts MA 25000 5,035 4,957 98.4 78 1 78 1.6
Michigan .. MI 26000 36,492 32,405 88.8 4,087 295 3,793 11.2
Minnesota .. MN 27000 51,206 46,768 91.3 4,437 1,246 3,192 8.7
Mississippi MS 28000 30,223 28,449 94.1 1,774 4 1,770 5.9
Missouri . MO 29000 44,248 42,111 95.2 2,137 2 2,135 4.8
Montana MT 30000 93,271 67,135 72.0 26,136 23,859 2,277 28.0
Nebraska NE 31000 49,032 48,293 98.5 738 249 489 1.5
Nevada NV 32000 70,264 11,889 16.9 58,375 58,045 330 83.1
New Hampshire NH 33000 5,769 5,010 86.8 759 0 759 13.2
New Jersey NJ 34000 4,813 4,648 96.6 166 0 165 3.4
New Mexico NM 35000 77,766 51,172 65.8 26,594 24,116 2,478 34.2
New York. NY 36000 30,681 30,559 99.6 122 0 122 0.4
North Carolina NC 37000 31,403 28,894 92.0 2,508 1 2,507 8.0
North Dakota ND 38000 44,452 42,603 95.8 1,850 251 1,599 4.2
Ohio . OH 39000 26,222 25,825 98.5 397 0 397 1.5
Oklahoma OK 40000 44,088 42,807 97.1 1,281 136 1,145 2.9
Oregon OR 41000 61,599 29,167 47.4 32,431 28,764 3,668 52.6
Pennsylvania. PA 42000 28,804 28,127 97.6 678 0 677 2.4
Rhode Island RI 44000 677 673 99.4 4 0 4 0.6
South Carolina SC 45000 19,374 18,186 93.9 1,188 0 1,188 6.1
South Dakota SD 46000 48,882 46,128 94.4 2,754 1,523 1,231 5.6
Tennessee TN 47000 26,728 25,084 93.9 1,643 0 1,643 6.1
Texas TX 48000 168,218 165,413 98.3 2,804 59 2,746 1.7
Utah UT 49000 52,697 18,691 35.5 34,006 32,241 1,765 64.5
Vermont VT 50000 5,937 5,560 93.7 376 0 376 6.3
Virginia VA 51000 25,496 23,197 91.0 2,299 1 2,299 9.0
Washington WA 53000 42,694 30,507 71.5 12,186 10,722 1,465 28.5
West Virginia WV 54000 15,411 14,233 92.4 1,178 0 1,178 7.6
Wisconsin WI 55000 35,011 33,054 94.4 1,957 11 1,946 5.6
Wyoming WY 56000 62,343 31,255 50.1 31,088 30,388 700 49.9



1 Excludes trust properties.

Source: U.S. General Services Administration, Summary Report on Real Property Owned by the United States Throughout the World, annual. 1999 report is available. Also appears in Public Land Statistics published by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

http://policyworks.gov/org/main/mp/library/policydocs/wwi.htm http://www.blm.gov/



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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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