2 edition of State Censuses found in the catalog.
by Burt Franklin
Written in English
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This database contains indexes to the Wisconsin (U.S.A.) portions of the U.S. Federal Censuses as well as indexes to the , , , and State Censuses, the Pensioners Lists, the Veterans Schedules, and other early censuses. Olin Microfiche , Olin Library B Level, fiche), includes population counts from the New York state censuses, but it does not have detailed schedules with individual names. A reference book on both federal and state census records for New York is. Douglas, Marilyn. New York State Census Records, Compiled by Marilyn Douglas and.
An excellent, state-by-state accounting of all censuses conducted by the individual states is Lainhart, Ann S. State Census Records. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, (Olin Reference HA L18 ). Another useful reference book with information on research using census data is The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy. Revised. Excellent book for a researcher! New York State Censuses & Substitutes New York City Travel Guide: Coolest Things to Do in New York City (New York Travel Guide, NYC Travel Guide, Travel to NYC, Budget Travel New York, Backpacking New York) The Floridas: The Sunshine State * The Alligator State .
Missouri began taking state censuses in The first surviving record – a partial record only – is from One year later (), set the frequency of the state census at every four years beginning in (it had previously been every two years). Please Email Questions and Comments to. ©
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The census of the United States is the starting point to begin any family search and this book explains the States Census for every state, the year, and where to locate the information. This book may fill in gaps left by missing federal censuses which are closed to the public for a seventy-two year period and only released every 10 by: 3.
Three reasons: 1) Census records and name lists for New York are found mostly at the county level, 2) New York State Censuses & Substitutes shows precisely which census records or census substitutes exist for each of the state's sixty-two counties and where they can be found, and 3) it also references otherwise State Censuses book census substitutes and 4/5(2).
State censuses can be as important as the federal census to genealogists but, because they were taken randomly, remain a much under-utilized resource in American genealogy. State censuses often can serve as substitutes for some of the missing federal census records - most notably the,and censuses.
↑ Henry J. Dubester, State Censuses: An Annotated Bibliography of Censuses of Population Taken After the Year by States and Territories of the United States (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, )[FHL Book X23s; Fiche ], Federal Census State Census Short Form Albany County Assessment Roll beginning with FHL Broome County Business Directory Census Originals Census Records Census Substitutes Censuses q Columbia County County Clerk's Office county copy County Courthouse county seat County The following county's original copy Dutchess County Federal.
Only the name of the head of household is listed in New York state censuses from to Beginning inthe name of every person in the household is listed. The to New York state censuses asked the person for the name of the county that one was born in if one was born in New York State. ↑ Mrs. Edmund H. Whitehead, "State Census of Oakland County, Michigan for the year " (Typescript index, Michigan State Library, ) as cited in LeRoy Barnett, "State Censuses of Michigan: A Tragedy of Lost Treasurers" and Appendices in Family Trails [FHL Book D25f] 6, no.
1 (Summer-Fall ): 52 rows Many state or territorial governments periodically administered their own population counts. The and censuses may be especially helpful to the genealogist as they include the length of time an individual has lived in the state and the district. Where to Find Copies: Microfilmed copies of this census are available through the Minnesota Historical Society in.
Federal Censuses ( – & – ) [ Census has been destroyed] State Archives has on microfilm New Jersey Censuses from and book indexes for – On-line indexes for – [, and ] State Censuses ( – ). Original data: Microfilm of Iowa State Censuses,as well various special censuses from obtained from the State Historical Society of Iowa via Heritage Quest.
Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources.
New York State Census Records Guide basic information about New York State censuses, including links to some online indexes New York City Police Census Research Guide (Manhattan) a special census taken by NYC policemen in Manhattan in - about 88% of the census books.
Many state censuses, for example, asked different questions than the federal census, so they record information that cannot be found elsewhere in federal schedules.
Ann Lainhart’s inventory of state census records is the first comprehensive list of state census records ever published. These censuses may have different data compared to federal censuses. Check these censuses for more information on a family.
Iowa state censuses are available at: The State Historical Society in Des Moines and the Family History Library (Iowa censuses through ). The State Historical Society of Iowa in Iowa City (all Iowa censuses except ).
Books about demographic history: “The First Measured Century: An Illustrated Guide to Trends in America, ,” by Theodore Caplow, Louis Hicks, and Ben J.
Wattenberg (AEI Press, ; the book also was the basis for a PBS TV program) and “A Population History of the United States,” by Herbert S. Klein (Cambridge University Press. Michigan censuses,under the French, British, and Americans.
LIB OF MICH MICHIGAN 2N FMz. United States. Department of State. The Territorial Papers of the United States. Volume pages The published version of the census LIB OF MICH MICHIGAN 2N FT Updated Territorial and state censuses were taken in, and The, and state censuses have been indexed and published.
Some earlier Illinois residents were also listed in the Indiana territorial census: Census of Indiana Territory for Indianapolis: Indiana Historical. Only one state lost population during the last census period. From toMichigan’s population fell percent, from 9, to 9, a.
Introduction: In this article – part of an ongoing “Introduction to Genealogy” series – Gena Philibert-Ortega shows how state censuses can help you with your family history is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.
Through the GenealogyBank “Genealogy ” series we’ve explored various aspects of the U.S. federal census in previous articles. These censuses may have different data compared to federal censuses. Check these censuses for more information on a family. State censuses are at the Georgia Department of Archives and History.
Some county censuses for the years to are also at the Family History Library. School census. Fayette, Tattnal, and Walton counties only.
State census records can fill in where federal censuses were lost or included fewer questions. Several states conducted censuses in andwhich can help compensate for the information lost from the destruction of the federal records.The State and Local Area Web site allows online access to the data provided by the Statistical Abstract supplement publications, State and Metropolitan Area Data Book and County and City Data electronic version provides more current data as well as source links which allow the user to access additional data not included in Census Bureau publications.