Talk:Alaska Census

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For future reference:  The NARA in Alaska has village census rolls. 907-261-7820

Online indexes and images

Online Federal Population Schedule Indexes and Images for Alaska
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  1. FamilySearch Record Search Pilot is a free site with many every-name census indexes and links to several census images. New collections are published frequently so you may want to bookmark this site and check back often. FamilySearch is working with independent providers to allow access to some census images. For instance, registered FamilySearch users can access 1880 census images (provided by Ancestry) by logging in to FamilySearch and entering through the "Advanced Search" feature there. Those with subscriptions to Footnote can access the images to the 1860 census directly from the FamilySearch Record Search Pilot.
  2. FamilySearch has the 1880 federal census index online. At the Family History Library the index is also connected the the images for the 1880 census.
  3. BYU Family History Archives digitizes family history books including selected census indexes and transcripts.
  4. From 1901 to 1903 the Census Bureau published early 1790 federal census transcripts and indexes. These books have been digitzed and are now available online.
  5. Heritage Quest Online, an Internet service available at selected libraries, has images to all available federal census population and slave schedules from 1790 to 1930 and indexes for many census years. Many libraries have subscriptions which allow access for their patrons outside of their library with a library card and password.
  6. Footnote ($), a subscription Internet site has indexes and images to the 1860 and 1930 censuses for some states. New collections are added frequently.
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Ancestry ($), a subscription Internet site, has indexes and images to available federal census population, veterans, slave, and mortality schedules from 1790 to 1930. Ancesty also has indexes and images to Indian censuses form 1885-1940. They offer three editions: Ancestry Library Edition, available free at many libraries; Ancestry Institution, available at the Family History Library and a few Family History Centers; and you can purchase your own subscription.
  8. Only Anne Arundel County is indexed for 1880.
  9. Residents of what is now Garrett County were part of Allegany County in 1870 and indexed under Allegany County.