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''[[United States|United States ]] >  [[United States Census|U.S. Census ]] >  [[South Dakota]] >  [[South Dakota Census|Census ]] >  [[South_Dakota_Non-Population_Schedule_Indexes:_Fiche,_Film,_or_Book|Non-Population Schedule Indexes: Fiche, Film, or Book]]''  
  
 
=== 1890 Veterans  ===
 
=== 1890 Veterans  ===
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=== 1885  ===
 
=== 1885  ===
  
*'''Mortality.'''  
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*'''Mortality.'''
  
 
=== 1880  ===
 
=== 1880  ===
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=== 1850  ===
 
=== 1850  ===
  
*South Dakota was included in the Minnesota (Pembina District) Territorial Census.
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*No white residents are believed to have existed in 1850 South Dakota. Residents of what is now South Dakota, theoretically would have been included as part of the 1850 census of Minnesota Territory." See William Thorndale, and William Dollarhide, ''[http://www.worldcat.org/oclc/16509993 Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920]'' (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1987), pages 114, 170, and 259.
  
 
=== 1840  ===
 
=== 1840  ===
  
*South Dakota was included in the Iowa Territorial Census. However, the tiny Pensioners census schedule transcript of Iowa does not seem to include any counties outside of modern Iowa.
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*No white residents are believed to have existed in 1840 South Dakota. Residents of what is now South Dakota, theoretically would have been included as part of the 1840 census of Iowa Territory in then "Clayton County." Only one resident of Clayton County (the county that theoretically included North and South Dakota) is listed as a veteran pensioner, John Lepper, age 79. He most likely lived in present-day northwestern Iowa, or southern Minnesota. See Thorndale and Dollarhide, pages 114, 170, and 259.
 
 
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[[Category:South_Dakota|Census Non-Pop]]
 
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Revision as of 21:49, 22 February 2010

United States  >  U.S. Census  >  South Dakota >  Census  >  Non-Population Schedule Indexes: Fiche, Film, or Book

1890 Veterans

1885

  • Mortality.

1880

1870

  • Lost mortality schedules

1860

1850

  • No white residents are believed to have existed in 1850 South Dakota. Residents of what is now South Dakota, theoretically would have been included as part of the 1850 census of Minnesota Territory." See William Thorndale, and William Dollarhide, Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920 (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1987), pages 114, 170, and 259.

1840

  • No white residents are believed to have existed in 1840 South Dakota. Residents of what is now South Dakota, theoretically would have been included as part of the 1840 census of Iowa Territory in then "Clayton County." Only one resident of Clayton County (the county that theoretically included North and South Dakota) is listed as a veteran pensioner, John Lepper, age 79. He most likely lived in present-day northwestern Iowa, or southern Minnesota. See Thorndale and Dollarhide, pages 114, 170, and 259.