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Your Guide to the Federal Census Paperback (192 pages) by Kathleen Hinckley (Brand: Betterway Books) Describes how to use federal census records in genealogical research, details the information found in each census record, and presents guidelines for working with non-population schedules.
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Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920 Paperback (445 pages) by William Thorndale (Genealogical Publishing Company) The county has always been used as the basic Federal census unit. Genealogical research in the census, therefore, begins with identifying the correct county jurisdictions. This work shows all U.S. county boundaries from 1790 to 1920. On each of the nearly 400 maps the old county lines are superimposed over the modern ones to highlight the boundary changes at ten-year intervals. Also included are (1) a history of census growth; (2) the technical facts about each census; (3) a discussion of census accuracy; (4) an essay on available sources for each state's old county lines; and (5) a statement with each map indicating which county census lines exist and which are lost. Then there is an index listing all present-day counties, plus nearly all defunct counties or counties later re-named. With each map there is data on boundary changes, notes about the census, and locality finding keys. There also are inset maps that clarify territorial lines, a state-by-state bibliography of sources, and an appendix outlining pitfalls in mapping county boundaries. The detail in this work is exhaustive and of such impeccable standards that there is little wonder why this award-winning publication is the number one tool in U.S. census research. List Price: $59.95* Lowest New Price: $55.06* Lowest Used Price: $28.36* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 10:38 Pacific 20 May 2018 More Info)
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Census Records for Latin America and the Hispanic United States Paperback (200 pages) by Lyman D. Platt (Brand: Genealogical Pub Co) This is the largest and most complete survey of census records available for Latin America and the Hispanic United States. The result of exhaustive research in Hispanic archives, it contains a listing of approximately 4,000 separate censuses, each listed by country and thereunder alphabetically by locality, province, year, and reference locator. The enormous number of census records identified by Dr. Platt in the course of his twenty-five-year investigation will surprise and delight the serious researcher, and none more so than the family historian researching his Hispanic roots. In every colony of the Spanish Empire at least one major census was taken during the colonial period (1492-1825), although not all of these documents have been preserved. However, the stream of colonial reports on local population submitted to Spain for administrative, fiscal, military, and religious purposes swelled to a flood as the Spanish colonial administrative apparatus was reformed and expanded during the Intendency Period (1763-1825). The amount of material available to genealogists and family historians during this period of time is the largest accumulation of demographic information available for any major region of the world. Beginning in the late 1700s the Council of Indies, the administrative arm of the Crown in Spain, initiated an Empire-wide project of population management through systematic and regular census reports. All persons in a given area, together with information about their age, sex, residence, and marital status, were to be listed, by name, usually within family grouping, showing an implied or written relationship to the head of the household. The women were almost always recorded in these listings with their maiden names, as is common in all Latin American records. The first series of censuses beginning in 1776 resulted from orders issued to both civil and ecclesiastical officials that each take separate counts. The results were sporadic, but they were fairly extensive, and a large number of them have survived in one archive or another in Latin America or Spain. Many have been microfilmed by the Family History Library of the LDS Church in Salt Lake City, and they are identified here by film number. The largest number of censuses identified in this study, however, are those of the 1790 time period. While the majority of census listings are for Mexico, all countries of Spanish North America, Central America, and South America are covered. The modern states of California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas are found here under Mexico because they belonged to Mexico during the period in which most of the censuses were taken. Florida and Louisiana, on the other hand, are separate because of their loose ties to Mexico. Notwithstanding the Mexican emphasis, anyone even slightly interested in identifying the early inhabitants of Latin America and the Hispanic United States will find this book absolutely indispensable.
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New Mexico Spanish & Mexican Colonial Censuses: 1790, 1823, 1845: Revised Edition Paperback (348 pages) by Virginia Langham Olmsted (New Mexico Genealogical Society) The Spanish and Mexican colonial censuses are essential for researching New Mexican roots. The 1790 census lists the head of household along with age and occupation. Spouses are named and the ages are given for other household members. The 1823 and the 1845 censuses list names and ages for every person in the household. This newly revised edition improves the original book first published in 1975. The entire book has been re-typed in a more readable font, corrections have been made, and a new index points to page numbers rather than microfilm frames. This revised edition also includes the vital 1790 census for Taos which was not in the original book. List Price: $40.00* Lowest New Price: $39.10* Lowest Used Price: $95.29* Availability: Usually ships in 24 hours* (*As of 10:38 Pacific 20 May 2018 More Info)
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