Published 1978 by Division of Archives and Manuscripts, Minnesota Historical Society in [St. Paul] .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||by Dennis E. Meissner.|
|Contributions||Minnesota Historical Society. Division of Archives and Manuscripts., United States. Census Office. 8th Census, 1860.|
|LC Classifications||F605 .M4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||21 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||78108491|
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"More detailed information about the microfilm editions and their use are contained in Dennis E. Meissner, Guide to the use of the Minnesota population census schedules and index (Minnesota Historical Society, )." -- Prelim. materials on film For this book, check the locality catalog under: Minnesota - Census - - Handbooks.
Title: Population of the United States in Minnesota Author: U.S. Census Bureau Created Date: 5/4/ PM. GUIDE TO THE USE OF THIS MICROFILM The Minnesota federal nonpopulation census schedules for, and each consist of agriculture, manufacturing, mortality, and social statistics schedules.
These schedules are contained on seventeen rolls of microfilm. The rolls are numbered consecutively and correspond to the. Links to Online Census Records Census - Minnesota [Bookmark This Page] [Link To This Page] State Minnesota (Home) Census (25) Census (29) Census (12) Census (14) Index to Federal Census Located at Faribault Co.
MNGenWeb [Report Broken Link]. 2 For more information about the history and use of agricultural schedules by the Bureau of the Census, including the schedule, see Carroll D. Wright, History and Growth of the United States Census (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, ; reprinted by Johnson Reprint Company, ).
Minnesota manufacturing schedules are available for,andwith the quantity and quality of data varying by non-MN locations, there is a manufacturing schedule for and annotations were made on the population census. Links to Online Census Records Census - Minnesota [Bookmark This Page] [Link To This Page] State Minnesota (Home) Census (25) Census (29) Census (12) Census (14) Census (11) Index to Federal Census All Counties Located at USGenWeb Census.
The first Minnesota Territorial Census was taken inand was taken again in,and After statehood was granted inthe Minnesota State Census was taken every 10 years, in years that ended with a 5:, and was the last year of the Minnesota State Census.
Population of the United States incompiled from the original returns of the Eighth Census under the Secretary of the Interior.
Analytic introduction discusses the following: Population of the United States, slavery, Indian slavery, manumission of slaves, fugitive slaves, area and density of population, populalation at the military ages, sex, immigration, dwellings, nativities of the.
Minnesota Census Information. The Minnesota Territorial Census is the first official Minnesota census enumerated. Minnesota Federal Census records include:, and The Minnesota Federal Census Records were destroyed by a warehouse fire with the exception of Rockford Precinct of Wright County.
The Minnesota Veterans and. Original data: Jackson, Ron V., Accelerated Indexing Systems, comp. Minnesota Census, Compiled and digitized by Mr. Jackson and AIS from microfilmed schedules of the U.S. Federal Decennial Census, territorial/state censuses, and/or census substitutes.
See Patricia C. Harpole and Mary D. Nagle, Minnesota Territorial Census, (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, ), and Dennis Meissner, Guide to the Use of the Minnesota Population Census Schedule and Index (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, ). Much of the Minnesota federal census was destroyed.
The US Federal Census is taken every ten years on years that end in a 0. A Minnesota census was taken irregularly several times when Minnesota was still a territory.
After statehood--beginning in and ending in Minnesota conducted a population census every ten years, in years that end in a 5. This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Guide to the use of the 1860 Minnesota population census schedules and index book Wright in The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy.
The census is a clear reflection of population growth in the United States. The millions of names and figures added to the census totals over the years have made indexing, particularly of the most populous states, a formidable and expensive task.
Census Day: June 1, Census duration: 5 months. Census Geography. 33 States - New States in Census: Minnesota and Oregon; Territories – Kansas, New Mexico, Nebraska, Utah, Washington, Indian & Unorganized Dakota; Facts. President during census. Eighth Census of the United States, Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, M, 1, rolls.
About U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules. Please note that this collection contains sensitive information about enslaved people. General Collection Information. During the and United States Federal Censuses, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules.
↑ According to William Thorndale, and William Dollarhide, Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, ) [FHL Book X2th],"This population [Ft. Snelling] seems not to be in the census even for the area east of the Mississippi River in Crawford County [Michigan Territory].
The first federal census available for Minnesota is There are federal censuses publicly available for (listed with Michigan), (listed with Wisconsin and Iowa),, and This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Eighth Census of the United States. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls.
Becker County, Minnesota Federal Census Index; Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Linda Talbott: T Dick Campbell. Minnesota Territorial Census Schedules, CENSUS, MINNESOTA p.
1 DESCRIPTION OF THE CENSUS SCHEDULES Introduction This microfilm edition reproduces manuscript and published versions of population and nonpopulation census schedules and related materials for Minnesota Territory for the years,and Carlton County, Minnesota Federal Census Index; Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M Sandra Hawkins: T IPUMS USA collects, preserves and harmonizes U.S.
census microdata and provides easy access to this data with enhanced documentation. Data includes decennial censuses from to and American Community Surveys (ACS) from to the present. The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes: with Master Extraction Forms for Federal Census Schedules, Includes blank forms for recording information from the Census Slave Schedules and Nonpopulation censuses.
Forms are on CD-ROM in book pocket. by William Dollarhide. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Ninth Census of the United States. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls; part of Minnesota T With few exceptions, Mortality Schedules survive only for the census years of, and Most are indexed in book form.
These indexes are located with other census indexes on shelves in the Microtext area. Others may be indexed on microfiche. The United States Census of was the eighth Census conducted in the United States starting June 1,and lasting five months. It determined the population of the United States to be 31, in 33 states and 10 organized territories.
This was an increase of percent overpersons enumerated during the total population included 3, slaves. Minnesota census index. [Ronald Vern Jackson] Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Minnesota -- Census, -- Indexes. # Minnesota eighteen sixty census index.\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. Census statistics date back to and reflect the growth and change of the United States.
Past census reports contain some terms that today’s readers may consider obsolete and inappropriate. As part of our goal to be open and transparent with the public, we are improving access to all Census Bureau original publications and statistics.
FamilySearch - Minnesota, State Census, FREE. Names index of the population schedule listing inhabitants of the State of Minnesota as of May 1, Microfilm copies of original records are available at the Family History Library and at family history centers.
Unlike the statistics published soon after the census, the population schedules remain confidential for 72 years. is the most recent population schedule available. online access to population schedules, search by name, place, and other characteristics.
The, and censuses included inquiries about persons who had died in the twelve months immediately preceding the enumeration. The,and mortality census for Alabama all survived. Mortality schedules list deaths from 1 June through 31 May of –50, –60, –70, –80, and – They provide nationwide, state-by-state death.
Dakota Territory in ; in census reports, the area was identified as “unorganized Dakota.” Census data for Minnesota are available beginning with the census.
The population is for the entire area of Minnesota Territory, including population in area not in the present state. United States Census The record of the population census from to Scanned from microfilm from the collections of the Allen County Public Library and originally from the United States National Archives Record Administration.
As of the launch there w, page images. The Census Non-Population Schedules, were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a transfer from the Headquarters of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, D.C. in Minnesota State Census Records.
Minnesota Census Information: Minnesota Federal Census records begin with the Territorial Census, and conducted every 10 years thereafter and are available for census years:, and The Minnesota State census was conducted, (all partial),and alabama census index.
alaska. alaskan census records, arizona. arizona territorial census index. arkansas. arkansas federal census index. arkansas arkansas arkansas arkansas mortality schedules. tax book (reconstructed census) logan county, arkansas. barbados. Marion County (call no. K -M34 ) Pottawatomie County (call no.
-P85 ) Riley County, (call no. K -R45 ) Wabaunsee County (call no. K -W11 ) Federal Census Schedules on Microfilm. Population Schedules. This census consists of four reels of microfilm.
Every decade sincethe federal government has taken a census of US residents. Its population schedules are core genealogy records, among the first you use to find your family. But there’s a lot more to the federal census than just population schedules. Several US censuses included extra lists detailing certain populations.
U.S. agricultural schedules are most widely available for research for the years,and In the Bureau of the Census transferred custody of the existing – agricultural and other non-population schedules to state repositories and, in cases where state officials declined to receive them, to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) for.
For information about using Tennessee census indexes, see articles located at the Tennessee State Library and Archives website. Census years are broken .A well-indexed census is one of the easiest ways to locate where an ancestor's family lived and when they lived there.
You can also use censuses to follow the changes in a family over time, and identify neighbors. These and other clues provided by censuses can be used to help find additional kinds of records about the family.It showed that 5, people were living in the United States, of whomwere Census included the new District of census for the following states were lost: Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee, and would be the last census in which Virginia was the most populous state.