|Other titles||Dubester State Census, Western States.|
|Contributions||Census Library Project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||34|
Census Online - Books, Microfilms, and Other Resources. Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources. State census records can fill in where federal censuses were lost or included fewer questions. Several states conducted censuses in and , which can help compensate for the information lost from the destruction of the federal records. 52 rows Many state or territorial governments periodically administered their own . State censuses can be as important as the federal census to genealogists but, because they were taken randomly, remain a much under-utilized resource in American genealogy. State censuses often can serve as substitutes for some of the missing federal census records - most notably the , , , and censuses.
State censuses were often taken in the years between the federal censuses, such as or For some states these exist from about to State census records may be found at state archives, state historical societies, state libraries, the Family History Library, or on the Internet. New York State Censuses and Substitutes (Amazon Link) This book identifies state census originals for New York's 62 counties, located at 68 different New York repositories, plus transcripts, extracts, and indexes in print. Also includes information about census substitutes such as tax lists, voter registrations, military lists, deed indexes. ↑ Henry J. Dubester, State Censuses: An Annotated Bibliography of Censuses of Population Taken After the Year by States and Territories of the United States (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Government Printing Office, )[FHL Book X23s; Fiche ], New York State Census Records Guide basic information about New York State censuses, including links to some online indexes New York City Police Census Research Guide (Manhattan) a special census taken by NYC policemen in Manhattan in - about 88% of the census books .
Michigan censuses, , under the French, British, and Americans. LIB OF MICH MICHIGAN 2N FMz. United States. Department of State. The Territorial Papers of the United States. Volume pages The published version of the census LIB OF MICH MICHIGAN 2N FT Updated The State and Local Area Web site allows online access to the data provided by the Statistical Abstract supplement publications, State and Metropolitan Area Data Book and County and City Data electronic version provides more current data as well as source links which allow the user to access additional data not included in Census Bureau publications. Many state censuses, for example, asked different questions than the federal census, so they record information that cannot be found elsewhere in federal schedules. Ann Lainhart’s inventory of state census records is the first comprehensive list of state census records ever published. Territorial and state censuses were taken in , , , , , , , , and The , , and state censuses have been indexed and published. Some earlier Illinois residents were also listed in the Indiana territorial census: Census of Indiana Territory for Indianapolis: Indiana Historical.