Non-Population Census Schedules: Agricultural, Industry, Mortality, Slaves, Social Statistics, State, School and other Specialized Census Records Presented by Dina Carson
May 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
The Census Bureau has been collecting more than personal data since 1810 when they started asking questions about how things were made in the United States. By 1850 they had established six separate schedules to gather data on the population, slaves, mortality, agriculture, manufacturing and social statistics. If you have only been using the Federal Census Schedules to find your family, you may be missing some valuable information.