New York Iroquois Indian censuses, 1886-1924

New York Indian census
Electronic Resource/Compact Disc
English
Bowie, Maryland : Heritage Books, Inc., c2001
3 CD-ROMs ; 4 3/4 in.
Electronic ed.
  • 0788417967 V. 1
  • 0788417975 V. 2
  • 0788417983 V. 3
Heritage Books archives; 1796 ; 1797 ; 1798

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Reproduction on CD-ROM of digital reprint: Washington {District of Columbia] : The National Archives, 1965. 692 microfilm reels

System requirements: Uses Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Title from title screen.

Title varies on disc label as follows: New York Indian census.

The United States Indian Service later became the United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.

"Since American Indians were not given United States citizenship until 1924, these census records are one of the most important sources of federal evidence available on Native America. Often they are one of the very few records available to researchers other than tribal membership records, which are usually restricted to registered tribal citizens only. Used carefully, these records supply wonderful 'historic windows' into the family life of these peoples during the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Year-by-year comparisons can supply evidence of family additions, such as the births of babies and adoptions, and other family events such as marriages or deaths. Other detailed information is sometimes included as well, including Indian names and family connections, depending on the whims of the census enumerator"--Introd.

Includes bibliography.

This CD set... records the Iroquois tribal confederation consisting of the Cayuga, Oneida, Onondaga, Mohawk (aka St. Regis), Seneca, and Tuscarora tribes living on several reservations within the state of New York at the turn of the twentieth century. This CD set contains the images of actual Indian Office (later the Bureau of Indian Affairs) census schedules spanning the years 1886-1924 as extracted from National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, rolls 290-300. These records provide a wealth of genealogical data on thousands of Native American families.

Contents: v. 1. 1886-1899 -- v. 2. 1900-1912 -- v. 3. 1913-1924.

Includes tribe map and reservation maps.

(National Archives Microfilm Publication M595, rolls 290-300).

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