Ivory Coast, Census, 1975 (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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Census information is kept on forms in French. There is a multi-page form for each household. All members of the household are recorded.  The first page contains the location information. For example, prefecture, sub-distract, city, and address. The next rwo pages contain the census form and the information gathered about the household.  
  
 
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Records were created to cover the entire country although some records have been lost or destroyed.  
 
Records were created to cover the entire country although some records have been lost or destroyed.  
  

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Access the records: Cote d'Ivoire 1975 Census .

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Record Description

Census information is kept on forms in French. There is a multi-page form for each household. All members of the household are recorded.  The first page contains the location information. For example, prefecture, sub-distract, city, and address. The next rwo pages contain the census form and the information gathered about the household.  

Record Content

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Records were created to cover the entire country although some records have been lost or destroyed.

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