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Index to the 1831 census of Arizona and Sonora

compiled by Instituto Genealógico e Histórico Latinoamericano
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
  • English
  • Spanish
Highland, Utah : Instituto Genealógico e Histórico Latinoamericano, 1983
[30] leaves.

Notes

"The National Republican Congress at Mexico City in 1824 combined the provinces of Sonora and Sinaloa under the name Estado Interno de Occidente (Interior State of the West). In 1830, the Congress divided Occident; Sonora, and southern Arizona was again independent. The following year, 1831, a census was taken. This is the only name by name census of the Sonoran Desert for 1831. The census includes Tucson, Tubac and Santa Cruz"--Intro.

"The Tucson census is divided into 2 parts: civilian and military and within these parts by household numbr. The census for Tubac is not divided into parts but does have household numbers. The census for Santa Cruz is only divided by family grouping"--Introd.

Names are in Spanish.

Includes name (listed alphabetically by surname), biographical information (relationships), house no., and reference to census.

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