2 edition of U.S. federal census index, District of Columbia 1850-1860 slave schedules found in the catalog.
U.S. federal census index, District of Columbia 1850-1860 slave schedules
Ronald Vern Jackson
by Genealogical Services
Written in English
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New York: New York Census Mortality Schedules, , , , and at Ancestry (requires payment); coverage varies by county. Missouri: Missouri Special Census Records and Tax Lists (includes Mortality Schedules for , , , and ) (free) coverage may vary by county and year; from the Missouri State Archives. If the census was taken on 1 June , the enumerator would ask who in the household had died between 1 June and 31 May , and would gather information on name, age, sex, birthplace, occupation and cause of death. With few exceptions, Mortality Schedules survive only for the census years of , , and
• , , , Mortality Schedules • , , , Union Veterans • Slave Schedules • , When the first federal census was taken in , residents of the nation's capital living north of the Potomac River were enumerated with Prince George's and Montgomery counties in Maryland. - U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules $. Includes research tips and information about the questions asked in each census. has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription.
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U.S. Federal Census - Slave Schedules. During the United States Federal Census, enslaved individuals were recorded separately in what were called slave schedules. This database provides details about those persons, including age, sex, and color, but unfortunately, most schedules omit personal names.
Name index and images of slave schedules listing slave owners and only age, gender and color data of the slaves in cesus states or territories in This was the first time that slave infomation was captured as a separate schedule.
Indexed data and browse are available for the following: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland. Slave Schedules were population schedules used in two U.S.
Federal Censuses: The U.S. Federal Census and the U.S. Federal Census. Slaves were usually not named, but enumerated separately and usually only numbered under the slave holder's name. The National Archives has microfilmed all of the original manuscripts for applicable states.
U.S. Federal Census Collection. U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules, This database is an index to the Mortality Schedules of the United States Federal Censuses for Each of the U.S. Federal Censuses from included a mortality schedule enumerating the individuals who had died in the year previous to the census year.
U.S. Special Census on Deaf Family Marriages and Hearing Relatives, Free Index U.S., Indian Census Rolls, U.S., Selected Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, Population of the United States incompiled from the original returns of District of Columbia 1850-1860 slave schedules book 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. The Seventh Census of the United States: Embracing a statistical view of each of the States and Territories, arranged by counties, towns, etc., under the following divisions with an introduction, embracing the aggregate tables for the United States compared with every previous census since —schedules and laws of Congress relating to the census in the same period—ratio.
Reel Miller, Milton, Mitchell, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Murray, and Muscogee Counties. Federal Population Census - Microfilm Catalog Federal Population Censuses - Part 3. Search Census Records Online. Slave Schedules. Accomack, Albemarle, Alleghany, Amelia, Amherst, Appomattox, and Augusta Counties The U.S.
National Archives and Records Administration. The first listing of all blacks by name in a Federal census was made inthe first Federal census taken after the Civil War and the abolition of slavery. In andslave statistics were gathered, but the census schedules did not list slaves by name; they were tallied unnamed in age and sex categories.
Slave schedules were added to the federal census in andbut enumerators were not required to list each slave by name. Instead, the name of the slave owner appears with only a meager description of each slave—age, sex, and color.
The last slave schedules were enumerated by County in and includednamed persons holding 3, unnamed slaves, or an average of about ten slaves per holder. The actual number of slaveholders may be slightly lower because some large holders held slaves in more than one County and would have been counted in each County.
The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes: with Master Extraction Forms for Federal Census Schedules, by William Dollarhide Includes blank forms for recording information from the Census Slave Schedules and Nonpopulation censuses. 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.
Contains Census Population Schedules (), Slave Schedules (, ), Federal Mortality Census Schedules, Veterans Schedules, U.S. Indian Census Rolls (), and selected Census Non-Population Schedules () as well as City Directories. ProQuest Help Sheet. Index to Federal Census - Population, Agricultural and Slave Schedules PDF Format Located at Greenville Co.
SCGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Slave Schedule Located at York Co., SCGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Index to,This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Sixth 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.
This microfilm was provided by the Genealogy Center at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and sponsored by the Internet Archive. 7th Population census of the United States - Alabama Arkansas California Connecticut Delaware District of. Census Records is a leading source for all U.S.
census records from to Most family historians find census records to be an essential part of their online research and the team at strives to be the destination of choice when searching U.S.
census records online. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Third 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, 71 rolls.
This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Fifth 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, M19, rolls.How can the and census slave schedules aid my research?
The U.S. Federal Census was the first census to identify every resident by name -- every resident, that is, except slaves. In both the and census, there were two questionnaires, one for free inhabitants and one for slaves.Other Carolina: State Click on the buttons in the status column below to view the records or to volunteer to help.
Federal Census - Population Schedules: District & Division: Links: NARA Roll: Transcription Federal Census - Slave Schedules: District & Division.