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1850 federal census, York District, South Carolina : schedule 1, free inhabitants; schedule 2, slave inhabitants; schedule 3, mortality

[schedule 1] transcribed by Jo Roberts Owens ; [schedule 2] transcribed by Ruth Dickson Thomas ; [schedule 3] transcribed by Owens and Thomas ; typed and indexed by Jo Roberts Owens
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English
York, South Carolina : [s.n.], c1987
ii, 367 p.

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Includes full-name index.

York District is now known as York County (though somewhat smaller in size).

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