2 edition of Missouri census of 1840 found in the catalog.
Missouri census of 1840
United States. Census Office. 6th census, 1840.
|Contributions||Nelson, Frances R., Brouse, Gwendolyn Irene, 1922-|
|LC Classifications||F465 .U57 1840b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||76382768|
From now on it is the writer's pur-pose to chronicle the events which may be of interest to those of the present day. In the northeastern part of the county, there was also a scene of settlement activity. Beginning inthe rolls also include the degree of Indian blood, marital status, ward status, place of residence, and sometimes other information. Prior tohowever, there was neither church nor schoolhouse in Grand River town-ship, all the preaching being done and all the school being taught in the residences of the settlers. William A. All available U.
An allotting agent looks to the census roll to determine who are entitled to allotments. Tutt, a board of trustees for said town, according to the statute in such cases made and provided. The first school in this section of the county was taught by W. The village which grew up around the store was called Coalesburg, after The Concept of Enrollment It is clear that bythere was an accepted concept of "enrollment" being employed, even though there were no official membership enrollment lists existing for many tribes.
Added to this, enumerators were presented with printed instructions, which account for the greater degree of accuracy compared with earlier censuses. James Lee. On July 4,there was unveiled in Calhoun a monument to William Bayliss, the Revolutionary soldier who died in this county on the eighteenth of June, Louis for whites and another for blacks in The purpose of this collection is to help the researcher pinpoint his or her ancestors between the census years. The first postmaster of Windsor was Jefferson Means, serving only three months, some three years before the town was laid out.
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Clair County was organized out of that territory lying immediately south and Rives County had no more distinct authority over this newly-organized township of Cedar.
It seemed that became Missouri census of 1840 book benchmark number in some cases, and the person continued to be defined by that number on future rolls. The same year, the first banks and colleges west of the Mississippi were established.
On December 16,the New Madrid earthquakes smashed the lightly populated region. Louis flourished at the center, with connections east along the Ohio, Illinois, Cumberland and Tennessee rivers, west along the Missouri Missouri census of 1840 book, and north and south along the Mississippi.
To add, as it were, a finishing touch to his work, he donated two acres of ground for a public square. That is not to say that the exact identity of persons was not important; it was. Judge Hillegas, one of the county judges, settled in this township in This was probably the first building to be used exclusively for church purposes built within the limits of the present County Missouri census of 1840 book Henry.
The Commissioner of Indian Affairs was less concerned about factual names as he was concerned that the total number be accurate. If the Federal census takers figured the number of Indians counted on a reservation as a member of a tribe, they did not want to recount the same people living off reservation.
The name of the head of the household is provided from the first census. The collection also includes the names of emergency medical personnel who have been killed in the line-of-duty.
He was succeeded in turn by Rev. This was the beginning of the town of Germantown. Much of the working class, especially the craftsman, were German immigrants.
Louis for whites and another for blacks in The Bureau of the Census used various types of maps, including postal route maps, property maps, and highway maps. Since these early Indian Census Rolls contain so little information that they were never considered to be "private" in the same sense as the Federal Decennial Census ; there was never any restriction against the release of the information.
Derogatory nicknames were to be dropped. Patrons may use the collection of over 2, books and periodicals to research family lineage.The item Missouri census index, editors, Ronald Vern Jackson, Gary Ronald Teeples, David Schaefermeyer represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library.
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Louis, City and County (Paperback): Nelson, Frances R.This database details those persons enumerated in the Ebook States Federal Census, the Sixth Census of the Ebook 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.