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Census of population

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Indiana Territory 1815 census

 Collection — Folder S1592
Identifier: S1592
Scope and Contents This collection includes the original census on parchment, enclosed in a folder, and a xerox copy of same. Thirteen counties are listed with the population of each county. The smallest population was Switzerland County with 1332 residents. The county with the greatest population was Knox County with 8062 people. The total population was 63,649 people in Indiana Territory in 1815.
Dates: 1815

Mrs. Henry Lester Smith collection

 Collection — Folder S1204
Identifier: S1204
Scope and Contents Dr. J. N. Hurty, Pharmacy Department Secretary of the Indiana State Board of Health in Indianapolis, wrote to Mrs. H. L. Smith, Bloomington, Indiana, on April 5, 1918. He told Mrs. Smith that the "only way in which you can secure a census of the children under 5 years of age is to actually take such a census." He suggested that high school boys and girls be enlisted for this survey of homes to determine children from birth to age five. He told her that their office only recorded births and...
Dates: 1918

Thaddeus Butler collection

Identifier: S3504
Scope and Contents This collection consists principally of Thaddeus Butler’s papers relating to his work with the Miami Indians (1880-1882). Included are his correspondence and instructions from the Office of Indian Affairs, and copies of his censuses and payment records for the Miami Indians in Indiana, Kansas, the Indian Territory (Oklahoma), and other areas. There are two oversize collections including Miami Indian payroll list, 1866 (OBC116); Eel River, Miami Indian census rolls, 1884/04/07...
Dates: 1848-1906