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- Ronald Vern Jackson, A.I.S. U.S. Census Indexes (on Microfiche) (Bountiful, Utah: Accelerated Indexing Systems, 1984). Also in Ancestry.com online.
- Search 1 1607-1819 Entire United States
- Search 2 1820-1829 Entire United States
- Search 3 1830-1839 Entire United States
- Search 4 1840-1849 Entire United States
- Search 5 1850-1860 Southern States
- Search 6 1850 New England and northern states
- Search 7 1850-1906 Midwestern and western states
- Search 7a 1850-1906 Entire United States (searches 5, 6, and 7 combined)
- Search 8 U.S. Mortality schedules
- For a resource guide to using them, see Accelerated Indexing Systems U.S. Census Indexes (on Microfiche).
In large cities it helps to first learn the person’s address by searching the city directory under the census year (see the "Directories" section of this outline). Determine which enumeration district held that address. Then look for that enumeration district and address on the original census schedules.
To learn which enumeration district in a big city held a specific address:
- Buckway, Eileen G., comp. U. S. 1910 Federal Census: Unindexed States: A Guide to Finding Census Enumeration Districts for Unindexed Cities, Towns, and Villages. Salt Lake City, Utah: Family History Library, 1992. (Family History Library book 973 X2bu 1910; fiche 6101340 set of 8.) This lists all Indiana towns, or wards, with their 1910 census enumeration district numbers and the Family History Library film numbers. Evansville, Fort Wayne, Gary, Indianapolis, South Bend, and Terre Haute each have special instructions, often including the library’s city directory book and film numbers.
The Indiana Division of the Indiana State Library has additional 1910 city directories for Kokomo, Lafayette, New Albany, Richmond, Terre Haute, and Vincennes. Local public libraries may also have city directories for their communities for 1910.
Selected enumeration district maps for Indiana in 1910 are listed in:
- United States. Bureau of the Census. Cross Index to Selected City Streets and Enumeration Districts, 1910 Census. National Archives Microfiche Publications, M1283. Washington, DC: National Archives, 1984. (Family History Library fiche 6331481)
The enumeration district maps are on the following microfiche:
- Davidson, J. W. Map of Evansville, and Howell, Indiana, 1910: With Suburban Plats. [N.p., 1910?] (Family History Library map case 977.233/E1 E7d; fiche 6049928)
- editor, Ronald Vern Jackson, Indiana 1850 census index (North Salt Lake, Utah : Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1976) [FHL Book 977.2 X22i 1850].
- Indiana Historical Society (Indianapolis, Indiana) (Added Author), Index, 1840 federal population census, Indiana ([S.l.] : Indiana Historical Society, Genealogical Section, c1975) [FHL Book 977.2 X2p 1840 No circulation to family history centers].
- editors, Ronald Vern Jackson, Gary Ronald Teeple,Indiana 1840 index census(Bountiful, Utah : Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1976) [FHL Book 977.2 X22i 1840].
- editors: Ronald Vern Jackson, Gary Ronald Teeples, David Schaefermeyer, Indiana 1830 census index (Bountiful, Utah : Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1978) [FHL Book 977.2 X2p 1830].
In 1820 an enumeration was made of all white male inhabitants (voters) age 21 or older. The records for Crawford, Gibson, Jackson, Jennings, Knox, Monroe, Orange, Perry, Posey, Ripley, Vanderburgh, Washington, and Wayne counties are at the Indiana State Archives. These records have been published and are available as:
- Moran, Mary M. The Indiana 1820 Enumeration of Males. Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana Historical Society, Family History Section, 1998. (Family History Library book 977.2 X2m 1820.)
- compiled by Willard Heiss, 1820 federal census for Indiana (Indianapolis [Indiana] : Indiana Historical Society, 1975) [FHL Book 977.2 X2h 1820].
- compiled by Willard Heiss, 1820 federal census for Indiana (Indianapolis [Indiana] : Indiana Historical Society, Genealogical Section, 1966) [FHL Book 977.2 X2he 1820].
The only remaining portion of the 1810 census is for Harrison County. These records covered the northern part of the county and included most of the south-central part of the state in 1810. They are found in the following:
- Beanblossom, Walter S. Early Records of Harrison County, Indiana. N.p.: Beanblossom, 1975. (Family History Library film 928263 item 5.)
- "1810 Census of Harrison County, Indiana (Harrison and Exeter Townships)." The Hoosier Genealogist 16 (June 1976): 22–50. (Family History Library book 977.2 B2h.)
- Compiled by John D. & E. Diane Stemmons, A partial census for Indiana Territory 1810 (Sandy, Utah : Census Pub. LC, c2004) [FHL Book 977.2 X22s 1810].
- Authors and paleographers, Ronald Vern Jackson ... [et al.], Indiana 1807 census index (North Salt Lake, Utah : Accelerated Indexing Systems, c1986) [FHL Book 977.2 X22j 1807].
- Rebah M. Fraustein, editor, Census of Indiana Territory for 1807 (Indianapolis, Indiana : Indiana Historical Society, c1989, 1990) [FHL Book 977.2 X2c 1807].
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