Census Substitutes & State Census Records - Volume 1: Eastern States (Census Substitutes & State Census Record

William Dollarhide
In this 2 volume series, acclaimed author William Dollarhide identifies Census Substitutes, as well as State Census Records for the United States of America. The substitutes are those name lists derived from tax lists, directories, military lists, land ownership lists, voter registrations, and other compilations of names of residents for an entire state, one or more counties of a state, or one or more towns of a county. Thirty-seven states conducted colonial, territorial, or state censuses that are extant and available for research today. Usually taken between Federal Decennial Census years, these records often contain unique information, and may even shed light on the lives of your ancestors that may have been on-the-move. This volume (Volume 1 - Eastern States) covers the Old Southwest, New England, Mid-Atlantic States, the Old South, the Old Northwest, and the Central Plains. Chapter 1 - The Old Southwest: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi. Chapter 2 - New England: Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire. Rhode Island, Vermont. Chapter 3 - Mid-Atlantic States: Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania. Chapter 4 - The Old South: Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia. Chapter 5 - The Old Northwest: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin. Chapter 6 - The Central Plains: Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Dakota Territory/North Dakota/South Dakota. Softcover, Perfectbound, Printed on acid-free 60# cream vellum.


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