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Revision as of 04:37, 30 April 2010

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Availability

1840 Census of Pensioners

Historical Background

Censuses for some towns and counties exist for the early American colonies and for areas colonized by France, Spain, and Mexico.

Content

There are lists of early residents, sometimes referred to as “censuses,” that have usually been reconstructed from other records, such as tax and land.

Indexes

Sources

Web Sites

References