1 edition of Index to the reports on the census of production 1907-1967, now republished on microfilm. found in the catalog.
Index to the reports on the census of production 1907-1967, now republished on microfilm.
|Series||British Government non-parliamentary publications|
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FamilySearch - Liberia, Monrovia, Census, FREE. Index to the census for the town of Monrovia in the colony of Liberia. This census was included in a report of the 28th U.S. Congress entitled, "Information relative to the operations of the United States squadron on the west coast of Africa, the condition of the American colonies there, and the commerce of the United States therewith.". The Census of Manufactures was first taken in as part of the 3rd decennial census of the United States. It was part of the decennial census from , except for the year when no canvass was made. The first separate census of manufactures took place in
The microfilm rolls for census records are available at NARA, NARA branches, and the LDS Family History Library. Digitized census records (with indexes) are available online from Ancestry, FamilySearch and others. There are also some microfilm indexes (from NARA) and book indexes. The census was released digitally on the Internet. The following codes have been summarized from the + page Census Bureau publication "Classified Index of Occupations". These codes were put on the census pages well after the enumeration was done, and therefore provide no additional information.
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This census is indexed by microfilm publication M, Index to the Eleventh Census of the United States,Roll 1 (surnames A-J), Roll 2 (surnames K-Z). A Department of Commerce fire in destroyed most of the census. There is a soundex index for all states. There is a soundex index for only the following states:Alabama: Missouri.
census index cards for using the Soundex systems for the states of AL, FL, KY, and "A - C" for MS, ( lin. ft.; in Atlanta). Note: census index cards for the state of GA are on permanent loan to the Georgia Genealogical Society. Microfilm Publications: T Subject Access Terms: Seaton, Charles W.; Walker, Francis A.
In the census of Johnson County inShawnee Indians in Shawnee County are listed. There is no name index for this census. Microfilm Publication Title: Shawnee Census.
Microfilm Publication ID/Catalog Info: M Special Census of Indians. A complete list of the tribes included in this census is found at the beginning of roll 1. The information will be found as annotations on the regular census schedules found in National Archives microfilm publication Now republished on microfilm.
book, Third Census of the United States, (71 rolls). Some regional archives of the National Archives contain microfilm copies for the schedules of the specific states in their region.
Catalog of NARA Microfilm Search Census Records Online Table of Contents General Information Includes: Introduction to Census Schedules Catalog Arrangement Microfilm Problems Census Indexes The Soundex Coding System Abbreviations and Terms Used in Soundex Cards Enumeration District Descriptions and Maps Other Schedules Research Hints Useful Publications Census.
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.
Decennial census records are confidential for 72 years to protect respondents' privacy. Records from the to Censuses can only be obtained by the person named in the record or their heir after submitting form BC or BCsp (Spanish). Individual census records from to are maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration, not the U.S.
Census Bureau. Census Activists. The U.S. Census Bureau was one of the earliest federal agencies to employ women. Hired as enumerators during the Census, women comprised more than 50 percent of the census workforce by —11 years before passage of the 19thwomen supervised key census and survey operations.
In addition to census work, employees also participated in the. 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. Many are also on microfilm through a local Family History Center of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and online via commercial genealogy databases. The following list of state and territorial censuses was compiled by Ann S.
Lainhart's State Census Records. This microfilm was provided by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive. Index (soundex) to the population schedules of the twelfth census of the United States.
12th Population Census of the United States - This database is an index to all individuals enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Twelfth Census of the United States.
In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, T, rolls.
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 Original manuscript census forms (schedules) used to compile the nonpopulation censuses for Delaware.
7th - 10th federal censuses, Original schedules available at the Delaware Public Archives. Arrangement is by state, then by county, and then by political subdivision (township, city, etc.). The microfilm does not include an index.
Online Index: Every Name Census Index & Images at (requires payment) Linked to Digitized Census Images Also includes Census Indexes & Images Online Index: State of Washington Census Index (free to search) Only 21 states have been indexed on microfilm (by head of household using the soundex system).
Census: The enumeration of the Census occurred not in April as was usual, but upon request by the Dept. of Agriculture it began in Jan. of The reasoning was the more farmers would be home in January, and questions about their recent harvest would be fresh in their minds.
This microfilm was provided by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive. 9th Population Census of the United States - Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Dakota.
The census is made up of million images, scanned from over 4, rolls of microfilm. This website is the official host of the census, designed to allow you to easily browse digital census images. How It Works. To find the person you're looking for in the census, the first step is to identify the appropriate enumeration.
The Forgotten Federal Census of Can Be Found Online for Free. The Ultimate Quick Reference Guide to the U.S. Census. Image: A Census Bureau employee using a Hollerith tabulator in The Hollerith tabulator was first used for the census. Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress via By Melanie Mayo, Family History Daily.
Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources.
37 States - New States in Census: West Virginia, Nebraska, Kansas and Nevada; Territories – Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Colorado, Idaho, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, Washington, Dakota and Indian; Facts. President during census: Ulysses S.
Grant; Census was the first census after the Civil War and the end of slavery. Index to the population schedules from National Archives microfilm publication T, Fifteenth Census of the United States, The collection is part of Record Group 29 Records of the Bureau of the index includes the 48 states as well as Alaska, Hawaii, American Samoa, Guam, Consular Services, Panama Canal Zone, Puerto Rico, and.Microfilm copy of the original United States Census Office printed forms completed in ms reel 8.
Berks, Chester, Delaware, Huntington, Mifflin (part), Luzerne.