6 edition of Minnesota territorial census, 1850. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Edited by Patricia C. Harpole and Mary D. Nagle.|
|Series||Publications of the Minnesota Historical Society, Publications of the Minnesota Historical Society.|
|Contributions||Nagle, Mary D., joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||F605 .H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 115 p.|
|Number of Pages||115|
|LC Control Number||70188492|
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A census of the Minnesota Territory Minnesota territorial census ordered inwhich included the name of head of household and number of males and females in that Minnesota territorial census. The census included the former Wisconsin Territories of St.
Croix and La Pointe, as well as the rest of the new territory which had not yet been organized into counties. Bythe new territory had been organized into the counties of Benton, Dakota. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The first Minnesota Territorial Census was taken inand was taken again in,and After statehood was granted inthe Minnesota State Census was taken Minnesota territorial census 10 Minnesota territorial census, in years that ended with a 5:, and was the last year of the Minnesota State Census.
The US Federal Census is taken every ten years on years that end in a 0. 1850. book 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.
↑ The federal census of Minnesota Territory also included non-Indians living in present-day eastern North Dakota, and eastern South Dakota. ↑ Minnesota was divided between Wisconsin and Iowa Territories in the federal census.
Social Statistics Census:,; Veterans Census: ; The highlighted microfilm censuses may be loaned to your local library.
Check our Interlibrary Loan page for details. Search Minnesota State and Territorial Census Records. Using our on-line index. Nov 30, · The entire population of Minnesota was enumerated in two series of censuses: one by the U.S.
Census Office/Bureau of the federal government and another by the Territory and State of Minnesota. Federal Census for Minnesota, The federal census occurred in the years ending in “0” beginning with 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), The Minnesota State Demographic Center (SDC), part of the Minnesota Department of Administration, is the main provider of demographic data and analysis for the state of Minnesota.
The SDC assists policymakers, state and local governments, businesses, nonprofits, the media, and all Minnesotans locate and understand the demographic data they need to make smart decisions. Minnesota State CensusIndex for McLeod County, compiled by Mavis Kottke Minnesota Territorial Census,edited by Patricia C.
Harpole and Mary. 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 1850. book.
Census - Minnesota MN Census Records: Census Online > Links > Minnesota > Census: Links to Online Census Records Census - Minnesota Not a complete list of counties - only those with online census records State-wide.
Index to Federal Census All Counties Located at USGenWeb Census 1850. book [Report Broken Link] Benton Co. Using Ancestry: Finding My Family on the Minnesota State Census. Go West, Young Man. Federal Censuses began inthough statehood was not achieved for another eight years. Before statehood, parts of Minnesota were included in the census of the Michigan Territory and the Iowa Territorial census.
The official enumeration day of the census was 1 June All questions asked were supposed to refer to that date. Bythere were a total of thirty-one states in the Union, with Florida, Texas, Iowa, Wisconsin, and California being the latest editions. amstrad.fun Minnesota, Territorial and State Censuses, [database on-line].
Provo, UT, USA: amstrad.fun Operations Inc, Minnesota inhabitants were first enumerated in the Michigan Territory census and the census of the Wisconsin Territory. A census of the Minnesota. State Census Records [Ann Smith Lainhart] on amstrad.fun *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Provides entries for 44 states which have conducted a state census at some point, discussing the location of each document and the type of information it containsCited by: 3.
U.S. territorial census index: Minnesota [Ronald Vern Jackson] on amstrad.fun *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. FamilySearch - Minnesota, Territorial Census, FREE Indexes and images of the population schedule listing inhabitants of the Minnesota Territory in NOTE: "All entries for the following newly created [23 May ] counties were fabricated to cover voter fraud: Cottonwood, Jackson, Martin, Murray, Nobles, Pipestone, and Rock.
Name indexes of the population schedule listing inhabitants of the State of Minnesota as of Microfilm copies of original records are available at the Family. The Library and Archives at the Museum houses an extensive collection of historical books, many of which have been thoroughly indexed. State, County, Town, and Township records, along with general period history references are made available to Members for research, free of charge.
The library also includes books and periodicals on genealogy, vital statistics, and. The census was the first in which free persons were listed individually and the first census with separate questionnaires about slaves. It took approximately $1, and 3, enumerators to complete the census, producing 2, total pages in published reports.
Inthe United States contained 31 states and 4 organized territories (Minnesota, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah). Significance The United States Census can be seen as a historical document that gives insight into the state of the nation's economy in It is much more detailed and provides more information than the amstrad.funy: United States.
The following list of state and territorial censuses was compiled by Ann S. Lainhart's State Census Records. Consult this reference for the extent and availability of records for each state and territorial census. Alabama,Alaska,See Patricia C.
Harpole and Mary D. Nagle, Minnesota Territorial Census, (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, ), and Dennis Meissner, Guide to the Use of the Minnesota Population Census Schedule and Index (St. Paul: Minnesota Historical Society, ). Much of the Minnesota federal census was destroyed. Minnesota Territory Federal Census Index combining all nine Minnesota counties that were in existence during the enumeration, with links to the image files of the microfilmed census pages.
Click on the letter-button to see an alphabetical list of the names enumerated in the Minnesota Territory census.
Federal Census (Source: US GenWeb Census Project) Federal Census Benton County, Minnesota Territory (Source: MyHeritage) ($) Benton County Minnesota Territorial/State Census, (Source: Explore Ancestry for free) ($) United States Census, Benton County (Source: FamilySearch) Territorial (See Map) M Sandy Sterling: Marshall County, Minnesota Federal Census Index ; Year: Roll: Minnesota Federal Census Index (county discontinued) Year: Roll: ED's: Images: Transcription Status: Transcriber: M State Census Index | Site Map.
Online Census Inventory | The USGenWeb Census Project. Minnesota State Census,and ; territorial census (images only) Nebraska State Census New Jersey State Census Records Indexand New Mexico Territorial Census Records New York State Census, and (also see the New York section above).
Minnesota Census online research should begin with what is available online for free. If this proves fruitful then congratulations.
If not, then I would suggest signing up for the online census images (links to the right) where you can access all the available online Minnesota census information directly from your computer at home. Benton. Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources.
Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources. Benton County Minnesota, Minnesota Territory) Benton County Minnesota Census Images) Dakota County Minnesota Census Images) Itasca County Minnesota) Itasca County Minnesota Census Images) Jackson County Minnesota Census Images) Mankahta County Minnesota Pembina County Minnesota Census Images Ramsey County Minnesota Census Images Wahnata County Minnesota Census.
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. Minnesota Compass. Minnesota Compass, a project of Wilder Research, features thousands of interactive graphs, maps, and tables for MN geographies.
Its Demographics Topic section is rich with decennial data on total population, race and ethnicity, and age data, often dating back to the or decennial census. By using the dropdown menus. Federal or State Census: Who is transcribing these records: The first Territorial Census for MN: volunteer: CART: The first Federal Census of Carver Co.
Kathy Hines: State Census - Lake Town Township: Irma Lommen: CART: The second Federal Census of Carver Co. Jean Spence: The third Federal Census of Carver Co. Aug 15, · Charts and Forms. Use these blank forms to record your research results. Click on the title to view or print a PDF version of each.
Charts. Ancestral Chart. Dakota Co. Census Records (Source: Census Online) Dakota County Federal Census Index (Source: amstrad.fun) Dakota County Historical Society Census Name Search db Simultaneous search of, and censuses Minnesota Census Books and CDs (Source: SK Publications) ($) Wahnahta County Federal Census Index (Source: amstrad.fun).
A census was taken several times when Minnesota was still a territory. Beginning in and ending inthe state coducted a population census every ten years, in years that end in a 5.
Since they were halfway between each federal census, state census records can be used with US census records to show more detail about change over time.
and These records consist of typed abstracts of the names listed in the census with the location roughly defined by the nearest trading post.
The record includes the age of each person, occupation if over 15, and place of birth by country or state. The Bureau of the Census collected information in the Census of Religious Bodies from This information was obtained from religious organizations.
Public Law prohibits us from asking a question on religious affiliation on a mandatory basis; therefore, the Bureau of the Census is not the source for information on religion. Publications: Places to purchase books and tools: Park Genealogical Books - local resources available for MN, WI, SD & ND, also publishers of Minnesota Genealogical Journal and Research Notes - you really should go through their whole site!.
Park's Research Notes Page - a great help in researching Minnesota, has monthly articles on research in Minnesota. USGenWeb Free Census Project Help, Census Help Remember, please sign up with a State Census Coordinator before beginning a transcription.
The following following are available to our volunteer transcribers so that our file managers can convert them to the standardized text output to meet the goals of the project.↑ In the white residents in what is now Pembina, North Dakota were enumerated as part of a special federal census in what was then Pembina County, Minnesota Territory.
See William Thorndale, and William Dollarhide, Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, ), pagesand The boundaries of the Minnesota Territory, as carved out of Iowa Territory, included the current Minnesota region and most of what later became Dakota Territory east of the Missouri amstrad.funota Territory also included portions of Wisconsin Territory that did not become part of Wisconsin, located between the Mississippi River and Wisconsin, including the Arrowhead amstrad.funl: St.