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research guide for the New York 1910 Federal census

Ann Hunt

research guide for the New York 1910 Federal census

by Ann Hunt

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Published by Friends of the Silvio O. Conte National Archives in Pittsfield, MA (10 Conte Dr., Pittsfield 01201) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State),
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Census districts -- New York (State) -- Indexes,
    • Cities and towns -- New York (State) -- Indexes,
    • New York (State) -- Genealogy -- Indexes,
    • New York (State) -- Census, 1910 -- Indexes,
    • United States -- Census, 13th, 1910 -- Indexes

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesNew York 1910 Federal census
      Statementcompiled and edited by Ann Hunt ; computer editor, Roger Anderson ; publication committee, Mary Bazinet, Therese Cote, Carl P. Brown.
      GenreIndexes.
      ContributionsFriends of the Silvio O. Conte National Archives.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF118 .H86 1999
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvii, 142 p. :
      Number of Pages142
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6878022M
      LC Control Number00423080
      OCLC/WorldCa41517812

      New York City Police Census Research Guide After the federal census was taken, New York City officials decided that the federal census had failed to give an accurate count of the citizens of New York City. So they undertook a new census.   Although New York State held a census every ten years mid-way between each Federal Census, the only ones available today for Westchester researchers are for the years , , and The New York Public Research Library has the following State censuses for Westchester and aurrounding counties available on microfilm.

        For information and tips on using and accessing online census records, see New York Census.. Federal [edit | edit source]. U.S. Census Mortality Schedules for New York, Available online at Ancestry ($).; Deaths are included for the 12 months prior to the census, , , , and beginning 1 June and ending 31 May of the census year.   Searching New York State and United States Federal Censuses by address will reveal the occupants of a (residential) building at the time the census was conducted. To do this, however, you will need to discover what Enumeration District the building was in at the time the census was conducted — this is known as the ED number, which changes.

      Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records: Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County, and Town Sources: The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy: Printed Sources: A Guide to Published Genealogical Records: Hidden Sources: Family History in Unlikely Places: Irish Records: Sources for Family and Local History: Your English Ancestry: A.   ↑ FamilySearch, a free online service of the Family History Library, including free images of many federal censuses, including an index of the federal census of the United States; connected with census images provided by , a subscription site.


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Research guide for the New York 1910 Federal census by Ann Hunt Download PDF EPUB FB2

"This is an index of New York by counties and towns showing the enumeration districts, wards, and precincts and where to locate them on the microfilm of the Federal census. The following counties have a street index available elsewhere and therefore were not included in this volume: New York, Kings and Queens." --t.

Other Titles. Table of Contents Search Census Records Online General Information Soundex/Miracode Indexes Alabama - Mississippi Missouri - West Virginia Census Schedules Alabama - New Mexico New York - Wyoming and Miscellaneous See Also: Genealogy: Census Records Microfilm Availability and Access National Archives Trust Fund Board National Archives and Records Administration.

The New York State Library holds the Federal decennial census of New York State for the yearsexcept for There are also CD-ROM indexes for,and The Federal census was the last to be released to the public (in ). Using Records in the National Archives for Genealogical Research.

New York state took censuses every 10 years from toand many of these records are now free to search online. New York's state censuses often contain more information than federal censuses that happened around the same time, and are crucial sources for family history and genealogy research.

This guide provides an overview of every New York state census, what kind of. Instructions. The following instructions were distributed to approximat enumerators who conducted the population and agriculture censuses as of Ap Census duration: 1 month+.

Census Geography. 46 States - New State in Census: Oklahoma; Territories – Alaska, Hawaii, Arizona, New Mexico and Puerto Rico; Facts. President during census: William H Taft; census included a question regarding if an individual was a survivor of the Union or Confederate Army or Navy; The.

Guide to Searching the Census by New York City Address The earliest census that can be searched by address is the Federal Census, 2nd Enumeration (December ) for New York County only. It is on this census that the census taker first noted the street. (Record Group 29) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS OF THE CENSUS OFFICE Records of the 4th through 9th Censuses () Records of the 10th Census () Records of the 11th Census () Records of the 12th Census ().

Census records can provide the building blocks of your research. The first Federal Population Census was taken inand has been taken every ten years since. Because of a year restriction on access to the Census, the most recent year available is The Census will be released in The National Archives has the census schedules on microfilm available from.

Federal Census - Poor House (Horseheads) Located at Tri-Counties Genealogy and History by Joyce M. Tice [Report Broken Link] Hamilton Co. Federal Census - Inlet Located at Hamilton Co., NYGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Federal Census - Morehouse Located at Hamilton Co., NYGenWeb [Report Broken Link] Jefferson Co.

Federal Census. New York upstate: U.S. federal census index. [United States]: ProQuest Information and Learning Co., c 1 computer optical disc: 1 user's guide.

Early New York State census records, Family History Library Federal Population Census of the U.S. Indian Census Rolls, Fold3. About United States Federal Census. This database is an every name index to individuals enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Thirteenth Census of the United States.

In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, T. The National Archives and Records Administration and its regional centers, the Family History Library, the New York Public Library, and the New York State Library have microfilm copies of the U.S.

federal censuses of New York for,,and The original. The Census marks the 24th time that the United States has counted its population since The following article explores the history and research uses of the census, comparing population and slave schedules with published and unique items from collections at the New York Public Library that describe the history of the Federal census, and the people it records.

This research guide contains a sample of the Newberry's resources on this topic. Consult a reference librarian or the online catalog for more details. Census Resources A list of the Newberry’s census holdings is available online or at the 2nd floor reference desk.

Many census indexes are available in print and on CD. Search the online catalog by the name of the county and. New York Foundling Hospital: an index to the federal, state and local census records, Family History Library Police census, Family History Library The Children's Aid Society of New York (censuses of orphaned children ) Ancestry.

The US Federal Census is an invaluable genealogical research tool. Whether you have used it before, or are just getting to it for the first time, it has some hidden gems in it that can add a lot of good information to your family tree.

Here is how to get the most out of your US census research. Click Here to listen to the weekly podcast.

Column If an employee, whether out of work on Ap —If a person reported as an employee (W) in column 20 was out of work on Apwrite ‘‘Yes;’’ but if such person had work on that date, write ‘‘No.’’ For persons other than employees, leave the column blank.

Column   This is a familiar accusation, and luckily this census exists because the federal census for that year was destroyed. Although Ancestry Library Edition has added some of the data from the New York City and New York state censuses, it is currently incomplete and includes only a few books.

The Library has a complete set on microfilm. Introduction - New York State Census Records The U.S. Federal Census is taken every ten years, beginning with This guide is for New York City and State censuses taken between the federal census years or made separately from the federal census.

Erie and Niagara counties, New York: an Index to the Census of Population and housing block maps, compiled by Jane Weintrop. Lockwood Reference GE6E25 W44 Erie and Niagara Counties, New York: An Index to Census Block Maps compiled by Giann A. Palachuvattil, student, School of Library and Information Studies.

The New York State Library, as a Federal regional depository library, receives most publications of the United States Census Bureau. The U.S. Census Bureau and its predecessors have recorded the changing face of America, compiling statistics and data about our nation's demography.