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== Availability ==
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== Availability ==
  
 
The information will be found as annotations on the regular census schedules found in National Archives microfilm publication M252, Third Census of the United States, 1810 (71 rolls).  
 
The information will be found as annotations on the regular census schedules found in National Archives microfilm publication M252, Third Census of the United States, 1810 (71 rolls).  
  
Some regional archives of the National Archives contain microfilm copies for the schedules of the specific states in their region.
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Some regional archives of the National Archives contain microfilm copies for the schedules of the specific states in their region.  
  
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The Family History Library has very few copies, but it does have the following:<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1820 Jackson County, Tennessee<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;1850-1880 Arkansas<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1850-1880 Pennsylvania
  
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<br>The Family History Library has very few copies, but it does have the following:<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1820 Jackson County, Tennessee<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;1850-1880 Arkansas<br>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; 1850-1880 Pennsylvania
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1810 - Most have been lost.&nbsp; Those left are&nbsp;bound with the population schedules.
  
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Most of the schedules for later years have been destroyed, but some still exist.
  
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<br>[http://www.archives.gov/research/census/nonpopulation/ http://www.archives.gov/research/census/nonpopulation/]
  
1810 - Most have been lost.&nbsp; Those left are&nbsp;bound with the population schedules.
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== Historical Background  ==
  
Most of the schedules for later years have been destroyed, but some still exist.
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== Content  ==
 
 
<br>[http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/ http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/]
 
 
 
== Historical Background ==
 
  
 
The quantity and quality of data in manufacturing schedules varies by census year.  
 
The quantity and quality of data in manufacturing schedules varies by census year.  
  
'''1820 and 1850-1880:'''
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'''1820 and 1850-1880:'''  
  
'''1820, 1850''', and '''1860''' reported:
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'''1820, 1850''', and '''1860''' reported:  
  
*name of the manufacturer
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*name of the manufacturer  
*type of business or product
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*type of business or product  
*amount of capital invested
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*amount of capital invested  
*quantities, kinds, and value of raw materials used
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*quantities, kinds, and value of raw materials used  
*quantities, kinds, and value of product produced annually
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*quantities, kinds, and value of product produced annually  
*kind of power or machinery used
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*kind of power or machinery used  
*number of men and women employed
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*number of men and women employed  
 
*average monthly cost of male and female labor.
 
*average monthly cost of male and female labor.
  
'''1870''' - amount of detail increased.
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'''1860, 1870 '''referred to as "Industrial Schedules"
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'''1870''' - amount of detail increased.  
  
 
'''1880''' -&nbsp;supplemental schedules were also used for specific industries, such as for boot and shoemaking, lumber and saw mills, flour and grist mills.  
 
'''1880''' -&nbsp;supplemental schedules were also used for specific industries, such as for boot and shoemaking, lumber and saw mills, flour and grist mills.  
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Exclusions--Those manufacturing operations that produced less than $500 worth of goods.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>
 
Exclusions--Those manufacturing operations that produced less than $500 worth of goods.&nbsp;&nbsp;<br>
  
== Value ==
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== Value ==
  
It shows&nbsp;"sideline" businesses.
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It shows&nbsp;"sideline" businesses. Example - a man could be shown as "farmer" in population schedule and "tanner" in the manufacturing schedule.  
  
Non-residents were inumerated - not limited to those living in particular township or county, thereby opening the possibility&nbsp;to additional connections.
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Non-residents were inumerated - not limited to those living in particular township or county, thereby opening the possibility&nbsp;to additional connections.  
  
== Indexes ==
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== Indexes ==
  
*''Indexes to Manufacturers' Census of 1820:&nbsp; An Edited Printing of the Original Indexes and Information'' (Reprint, Knightstown, Ind.:&nbsp; Bookmark, n.d.)
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*''Indexes to Manufacturers' Census of 1820:&nbsp; An Edited Printing of the Original Indexes and Information'' (Reprint, Knightstown, Ind.:&nbsp; Bookmark, n.d.)<br>
  
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== Web Sites&nbsp;  ==
  
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National Archives:<br>[http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/ http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/]
  
== Web Sites&nbsp; ==
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== References ==
  
National Archives:<br>[http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/ http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/]
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*Dollarhide, William. ''The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes''. (Bountiful, Utah: Heritage Quest, 1999.) FHL Book 973.X27d.
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*Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Wright, Matthew. ''Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records''. (Orem, Utah: 2001 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 X27s.
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*Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Luebking, Sandre Hargreaves, ''The Source, A Guidebook to American Genealogy''.&nbsp; (Provo, Utah: 2006 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 D27ts.
  
== Bibliographic Citations&nbsp;  ==
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*Dollarhide, William. The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes. (Bountiful, Utah: Heritage Quest, 1999.) FHL Book 973.X27d.
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*Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Wright, Matthew. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records. (Orem, Utah: 2001 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 X27s.
 
*Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Luebking, Sandre Hargreaves, The Source, A Guidebook to American Genealogy.&nbsp; Provo, Utah: 2006 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 D27ts.
 

Latest revision as of 23:00, 6 July 2012

United States  Gotoarrow.png  U.S. Census  Gotoarrow.png  Manufacturers or Industrial Schedules

Availability

The information will be found as annotations on the regular census schedules found in National Archives microfilm publication M252, Third Census of the United States, 1810 (71 rolls).

Some regional archives of the National Archives contain microfilm copies for the schedules of the specific states in their region.

The Family History Library has very few copies, but it does have the following:
          1820 Jackson County, Tennessee
          1850-1880 Arkansas
          1850-1880 Pennsylvania


1810 - Most have been lost.  Those left are bound with the population schedules.

Most of the schedules for later years have been destroyed, but some still exist.


http://www.archives.gov/research/census/nonpopulation/

Historical Background

Content

The quantity and quality of data in manufacturing schedules varies by census year.

1820 and 1850-1880:

1820, 1850, and 1860 reported:

  • name of the manufacturer
  • type of business or product
  • amount of capital invested
  • quantities, kinds, and value of raw materials used
  • quantities, kinds, and value of product produced annually
  • kind of power or machinery used
  • number of men and women employed
  • average monthly cost of male and female labor.

1860, 1870 referred to as "Industrial Schedules"

1870 - amount of detail increased.

1880 - supplemental schedules were also used for specific industries, such as for boot and shoemaking, lumber and saw mills, flour and grist mills.

Exclusions--Those manufacturing operations that produced less than $500 worth of goods.  

Value

It shows "sideline" businesses. Example - a man could be shown as "farmer" in population schedule and "tanner" in the manufacturing schedule.

Non-residents were inumerated - not limited to those living in particular township or county, thereby opening the possibility to additional connections.

Indexes

  • Indexes to Manufacturers' Census of 1820:  An Edited Printing of the Original Indexes and Information (Reprint, Knightstown, Ind.:  Bookmark, n.d.)

Web Sites 

National Archives:
http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/census/nonpopulation/

References

  • Dollarhide, William. The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes. (Bountiful, Utah: Heritage Quest, 1999.) FHL Book 973.X27d.
  • Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Wright, Matthew. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records. (Orem, Utah: 2001 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 X27s.
  • Szucs, Loretto Dennis and Luebking, Sandre Hargreaves, The Source, A Guidebook to American Genealogy.  (Provo, Utah: 2006 Ancestry) FHL Book 973 D27ts.