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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).
- United States. Bureau of the Census. 14th census, 1920 (Main Author), South Dakota, 1920 federal census : soundex and population schedules(Washington [District of Columbia] : The National Archives, [193-?]) [FHL Films 1830187+].
- South Dakota. Assessor (Main Author), State census, 1915 (Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2002) [Online in Record Search]. Searchable name index and images of census cards.
1890 Population schedule fragments
Includes only fragments for one family in Union County (Jefferson Township).
- Ken Nelson, 1890 U.S. Census: Index to Surviving Population Schedules and Register of Film Numbers to the Special Census of Union Veterans, rev. ed. (Salt Lake City: Family History Library, 1991)[FHL Book 973 X2na; Film 1421673 item 11; Digitized at BYU Family History Archives].
- Helen Smothers Swenson, and Frances Terry Ingmire, Index to 1890 Census of the United States(St. Louis, Mo.: F.T. Ingmire, 1981)[FHL Book 973 X2sw 1890].
- United States, National Archives and Records Service, Index to the Eleventh Census of the United States, 1890, National Archives Microfilm Publications, Microcopy no. 496 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives, 1963)[FHL Film 543341-42].
- 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.
- 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." See Thorndale and Dollarhide, pages 114, 170, and 259.
- No white residents are believed to have existed in 1836 South Dakota. Residents of what is now South Dakota, theoretically would have been included as part of the 1936 Wisconsin Territory. Apparently the Wisconsin governor chose to ignore them, if any, and did not ask a sheriff to conduct a census in what is now South Dakota. See Reuben Gold Thwaites, "The Territorial Census for 1836" in Collections of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin 13: 248-49 (Madison, Wis.: Democrate Printing, 1895)[FHL Film 1293922 item 2].
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