United States Census 1830

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1 Jun 1830 (12 months)  
 
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1830—1 Jun 1830—12 months<br>Free white males under 5<br>2) Males 5-10<br>3) Males 10-15<br>4) Males 15-20<br>5) Males 20-30<br>6) Males 30-40<br>7) Males 40-50<br>8) Males 50-60<br>9) Males 60-70<br>10) Males 70-80<br>11) Males 80-90<br>12) Males 90-100<br>13) Males over 100<br>14) Females same as males<br>15) Slaves &amp; free colored <br>16) Categories for deaf, dumb, blind &amp; aliens<br>
 
1830—1 Jun 1830—12 months<br>Free white males under 5<br>2) Males 5-10<br>3) Males 10-15<br>4) Males 15-20<br>5) Males 20-30<br>6) Males 30-40<br>7) Males 40-50<br>8) Males 50-60<br>9) Males 60-70<br>10) Males 70-80<br>11) Males 80-90<br>12) Males 90-100<br>13) Males over 100<br>14) Females same as males<br>15) Slaves &amp; free colored <br>16) Categories for deaf, dumb, blind &amp; aliens<br>
  
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 Identify locality<br> Distinguish target family from others of same name<br> Help determine family size<br> Locate possible relatives with same name<br> Identify neighbors<br> Identify slaveholders<br> Identify name variations<br> Free men of color listed as head of household<br> Slaves in age group by name of owner<br> Naturalization column may indicate length of residency in U.S. to find papers<br>
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The 1810 Census can be used to:<sup>1</sup>
  
== Unique Features and Problems&nbsp; ==
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Identify locality<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Distinguish target family from others of same name<br> Help determine family size<br> Locate possible relatives with same name<br> Identify neighbors<br> Identify slaveholders<br> Identify name variations<br> Free men of color listed as head of household<br> Slaves in age group by name of owner<br> Naturalization column may indicate length of residency in U.S. to find papers<br>
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== States Covered and Missing ==
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== States Covered and Missing ==
  
 
*Alabama  
 
*Alabama  
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*Virginia<br>
 
*Virginia<br>
  
'''No states missing.'''
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'''No states missing.'''  
  
 
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*Oregon (also a part of Britain)
 
*Oregon (also a part of Britain)
  
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Revision as of 21:08, 17 July 2008

Contents

Content

1 Jun 1830 (12 months)

1830—1 Jun 1830—12 months
Free white males under 5
2) Males 5-10
3) Males 10-15
4) Males 15-20
5) Males 20-30
6) Males 30-40
7) Males 40-50
8) Males 50-60
9) Males 60-70
10) Males 70-80
11) Males 80-90
12) Males 90-100
13) Males over 100
14) Females same as males
15) Slaves & free colored
16) Categories for deaf, dumb, blind & aliens

Value

The 1810 Census can be used to:1

                        Identify locality
                        Distinguish target family from others of same name
 Help determine family size
 Locate possible relatives with same name
 Identify neighbors
 Identify slaveholders
 Identify name variations
 Free men of color listed as head of household
 Slaves in age group by name of owner
 Naturalization column may indicate length of residency in U.S. to find papers

Unique Features and Problems 

  • Age categories are broken down into smaller groups
  • Deaf, dumb, and blind persons listed (also under the slaves)
  • Same as previous years.

 

States Covered and Missing

  • Alabama
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Georgia
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maine
  • Maryland* (Some counties missing)
  • Massachusetts* (Some counties missing)
  • Mississippi* (Some counties missing) 
  • Missouri
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • South Carolina
  • Tennessee
  • Vermont
  • Virginia

No states missing.


Territories

  • Arkansas
  • Florida
  • Michigan (inc. Wisconsin & Minnesota areas)
  • Oregon (also a part of Britain)

 

Bibliographic Citations