Thomasville, Alabama Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

The following information is based on an analysis of extant historical resources for Thomasville City, North Carolina. The results of the survey were based on the responses from citizens of the city who responded to the questionnaire. The results represent the citizens' status at the time of the survey. Thomasville City is the home of 4,5,647 residents. In addition, the city is also home to the Thomasville City School District.

The city was incorporated in 1857 and was home to one square mile of land. The railroad was the primary transportation network, dividing the city into north and south sections. In addition to the railroad, Thomasville was an important textile center, supplying textiles and other goods to the surrounding areas. Thomasville has numerous textile mills, which are largely manufactured. In addition to textiles and furniture, Thomasville is home to several historic buildings, including the state's oldest railroad depot.

Residents of Thomasville use various modes of transportation. Most commute to work by car. A percentage of households owning two cars is highest. In addition, a quarter of people commute by bicycle. The median home price in Thomasville is $155,900, making it affordable to many. This information is based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau, which is updated annually. The information should be considered'relative', as it does not necessarily reflect actual population numbers.

The area surrounding the Thomasville railroad corridor saw early growth. Initially, the town center remained a small business district. But as the area developed, a residential area spread north and south along Salem Street and Randolph Street, which form the main north-south corridor. In addition, there were several industries in the early years. Early businesses included a barbeque joint, a seafood shop, and the offices of an African American physician. On East Guilford Street, Meade Hite erected a three-story brick edifice. Star Furniture, a retailer of wooden furniture and other goods, is another example of the growing area.