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Census, Washington Territory

Dolores Dunn Ackerman

Census, Washington Territory

Columbia County, 1889

by Dolores Dunn Ackerman

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Published by Stack Enterprises in Bellingham, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Columbia County (Wash.) -- Census, 1889

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled and indexed by Dolores Dunn Ackerman].
    GenreCensus, 1889.
    SeriesTerritorial Auditor"s census series
    ContributionsStack Enterprises,, Weatherly Collection., Pacific Northwest History Collection.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[127] leaves :
    Number of Pages127
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17581846M
    OCLC/WorldCa14929136

    A close review of the census returns for Washington Territory identified many instances of mixed heritage, the majority of whom were the children of Indian women and white men. 8 For the most part, persons of mixed heritage were identified in the column for color as "HB" (half-breed) or "½ I." A report of the census describes how persons. This census transcription is from the book Cowlitz County, Washington Territory Auditor's Census, published by Lower Columbia Genealogical Society, Longview, Washington, in This book, along with photocopied pages of the original census, is in The Genealogy Room book collection at Longview Public Library, Longview, Washington.

    Index to the census of Whitman County, Washington Territory [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, The item Northwest territory, Washington County Ohio census index: taken before Ohio's statehood, Fay Maxwell represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.

    The U.S. Census Bureau even conducted censuses for Washington Territory three different times – in , and (In , Washington was not even a territory – we were part of Oregon Territory – and by , Washington. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Ninth Census of the United States. In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to the actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, M, rolls; part of Minnesota T


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Although the territory had not yet been legally established, census data for Washington are available beginning with the census.

↑ The Federal census of Oregon Territory included the populated areas of present-day western Washington. ↑ Ann S. Lainhart, State Census Records (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, )[[FHL book X2Lai]], About Washington State and Territorial Censuses, Washington became a territory on 2 March and later became the 42nd U.S.

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The 8th federal census, taken inis the first to formally include Washington Territory (established in ), although the count had estimated the population north of the Columbia River by parsing the count for Oregon Territory.

The Census Summary File 1 data for Washington state was released in August Summary File 1 provides detailed information on age, sex, households, families, relationship to householder, housing units, detailed race and Hispanic .& Federal Census for select WA counties available on Digital ArchivesFederal Census for Washington available at the Washington State Library on microfilm & on Welcome to the census.

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Washington Territory - Washington State History: Documents on Microfilm - Census Rolls Auditor, State - Territorial Auditor - Census Rolls Pierce County Government - Assessor-Treasurer - Census Rolls Washington State and Territorial Census Availability, Washington State Library PDF listing of every county, years available, and whether you can find the information online or on microfilm at the Washington State Library.

Washington State Digital Archives. The future Washington Territory (later state) was part of Oregon Territory until March 2,when U.S.

President Millard Fillmore signed a bill creating Washington Territory. Oregon Territory conducted a census in and counted residents living north of the Columbia River (the area of the future Washington). OCLC Number: Description: 72 unnumbered leaves ; 28 cm.

Series Title: Territorial Auditor's census series. Other Titles: Washington Territory, Snohomish. The Territory of Washington was an organized incorporated territory of the United States that existed from March 2,until Novemwhen the territory was admitted to the Union as the State of was created from the portion of the Oregon Territory north of the lower Columbia River and north of the 46th parallel east of the Columbia.

Original data: Garner, Grace. census, Spokane County, Washington e: Eastern Washington Genealogical Society, Washington Census Research. Federal census records for Washington begin in and continue every ten years thereafter.

The census placed the present-day state of Washington with the Oregon Territory. The enumeration included what was later to become Idaho Territory and parts of Montana and Wyoming.

($, indexes and images) For the list of years, scroll to About Washington State and Territorial Censuses, Census Microfilms are available from: Washington State Archives: See an online list of Washington Territorial Census Rolls; Family History Library: Search the FamilySearch catalog at the state and county levels.

The following list describes existing King County census enumerations and indexes that are available for free both online and in person. Territorial Census. online name index and images (non-browseable) - Washington State Digital Archives * ; name index and images (browseable) - Ancestry Library Edition microfilm images (no index) - Puget Sound.

(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.

The Washington GenWeb Project has a searchable index for the state's census on its website. The Washington Secretary of State is indexing Washington's censuses as part of its database 'Historical Records Search.' This ongoing project includes, among other resources, the state and federal enumerations.

Territorial and State. Several.The following is a complete list of the populated places in the U.S. state of Washington delineated as census-designated places (CDPs) by the United States include unincorporated villages, groups of villages, commercial developments, and Air Force tion data are included in the list.Get this from a library!

Index to the first Federal census, territory of Washington (). [J U Stucki; United States. Census Office. 8th census, ].