Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, 1830-1950



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  • United States -- Census, 13th, 1910

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Microfilm. [Washington, D.C. : Bureau of the Census : For sale by the National Archives and Records Service, 1910?. 3 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.

GenreCensus, 13th, 1910.
SeriesNational Archives microfilm publications -- T1224.
ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of the Census., United States. National Archives and Records Service.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv. <29, 36, 40 > microfilm reels
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17451021M
OCLC/WorldCa12571477

(15″ X 20 1/2″, printed on two sides with space for 50 entries on each side.) Instructions to Enumerators (Duties of Enumerators) It is by law made the duty of each enumerator, after being duly qualified as above to visit personally each dwelling in his subdivision, and each family therein, and each individual living out of a family in any place of abode, and by inquiry made of the head of. Geographic Overview Table Geographic Entities of the Census Type of Geographic Entity Status Number Nation (the United States)1 Legal 1 Regions (of the United States) Statistical 4 Divisions (of the United States) Statistical 9 States and Statistically Equivalent Entities2 Legal 57 Counties and Statistically Equivalent Entities Legal 3, County Subdivisions and PlaFile Size: KB. The Census was conducted under the authority of the Census Act of A new law, approved on May 6, , called for two procedural changes: The marshals were to submit the returns from the population questionnaire to the Census Office by Septem ; all other questionnaires were due by October 1, The first nine censuses from were organized under the United States Federal Court system. Each district was assigned a U.S. marshal who hired other marshals to administer the census. Governors were responsible for enumeration in territories. The official enumeration day of the census was 1 June

In order to find a person in the census you may need to know the enumeration district (ED) in which the person lived. There are many resources available for determining the ED. A useful tool for obtaining EDs in large cities is the one-step ED Finder. A census is a count of the population of a nation, state, city, or other geographic records information about the population's characteristics, such as age, sex, and may also gather data about the region's agricultural and business sectors. National governments usually take censuses every five to 10 years. U.S. Federal Census: Unindexed States: A Guide to Finding Census Enumeration Districts for Unindexed Cities, Towns, and Villages. Salt Lake City: Family History Library, (FHL book X2bu ; fiche ; computer number ) Lists all Massachusetts towns (or wards) with their census enumeration district numbers and FHL File Size: 2MB. Find your ancestors in the census. View a map of the 24 states and territories in the census. Search our 13 million records of the fifth US census.

Enumeration district maps for the twelfth through sixteenth censuses of the United States, Roll 49 Oklahoma Adair – Pushmataha, A roll 49 of 73 at FamilySearch Warning: roll is filmed back to front; NARA T, Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, FHL (not digitized).   5. Re Enumeration Districts and TNA references: EDs were used by the census takers. The TNA references were added by the archivists. Most UK genealogists ignore the EDs in favour of just using the TNA references of class, piece, folio and page. Except that the census apparently needs the book number as well.

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Notes. Microfilm of original records at the National Archives and Records Service, Washington, D.C. This record is the portion of "census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts for " (T).

Arranged alphabetically by state and within each state by supervisor's district and enumeration district (usually county). Pennsylvania supervisor's districts 17 to Reel v. 18, Indiana (Adams County to Madison County); v. 19, Indiana (Marion Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts to Whitley County); v.

20, Iowa (Adair county to Mahaska County); v. 21, Marion County to Wright County). of geographic subdivisions (enumeration districts) that were used in the decennial United States censuses from to These records are part of Record Gr Records of the Bureau of Census.

The census subdivision or enumeration district served as the basic geographic area. Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, Washington: National Archives and Records Service, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.

Bureau of the Census.; United States. Census Office. Census. Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, Printed tables describing boundaries of decennial census enumeration districts. Philadelphia EDs are listed on reels 15 (), 37 (), and 56 (). Census ED descriptions.

ED descriptions pertinent to the federal population schedules are in "Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts, and " (T). A roll listing in the NARA Microfilm Research Room provides additional details, including those pertinent to post censuses. The National Archives has online ED maps and geographic descriptions for the census.

Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts – and – can be found on the rolls of NARA microfilm publication T Enumeration District maps for – are available on the 73 rolls of NARA microfilm publication A Unified Census ED Finder. (Obtaining the Census Enumeration District for an to Location in One Step) Stephen P.

Morse, PhD & Joel D. Weintraub, PhD. Enter as much of the location as you know. An Enumeration District, as used by the Bureau of the Census, was an area that could be covered by a single enumerator (census taker) in one census period (two to four weeks for the census).” Each census year, the nation was divided into enumeration districts, which varied in size and geographic Author: Nicole Dyer.

“An enumeration district, as used by the Bureau of the Census, was an area that could be covered by a single enumerator (census taker) in one census period.

Enumeration districts varied in size from several city blocks in densely populated urban areas to an entire county in sparsely populated rural areas. Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, Geographic descriptions of census enumeration districts Census enumeration district descriptions, Census Descriptions of Geographic Subdivisions and Enumeration Districts Babbidge Research Microform Collection, Level 1, Shelf #54A Consult this microfilm to determine which enumeration district numbers in the decennial census microfilm relate to a Author: Robert G.

Cromley. Enumeration district descriptions,are also useful. From tothe Bureau of the Census collected data according to two designated units, the district and the subdivision. The district usually corresponded to a state or part of a state, and the subdivision corresponded to a county or a part thereof.

Complete original ED descriptions are in the NARA microfilm publication Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts, -numbered T, and found at any Regional Archive. They can be accessed by UW students through the Summit Catalog. An introduction to this title is on : Cass Hartnett.

The National Archives has published the Census Descriptions of Geographic Subdivisions and Enumeration Districts for This is microfilm publication T Of the microfilms that make up this set, you will find that the census enumeration districts. National Archives and Records Administration.

Census Descriptions of Geographic Subdivisions and Enumeration Districts [Louisiana only],For this series, similar to the one above, the Louisiana Division holds only rolls that include the state of Louisiana. mf T   The complete original descriptions are also available as Microfilm publication number T, Descriptions of census Enumeration Districts, - (rolls 61 to 90 include the census).

This microfilm publication is available at all NARA facilities nationwide. Small Geographic Areas Census Tracts • Small, permanent, consistent statistical divisions of a county • Optimally contains 4, people; range between 1, and 8, Block Groups • Smallest units for tabulation of sample data • Population ranges from to 3, Blocks • Smallest units for % data tabulation • Cover entire nation • Nest within all other types of geographic areas.

Census Enumeration District Descriptions ("Plan of Divisions into Enumeration Districts"). Call Number: Special Collections HA U 54 (Reel 2) Census Descriptions of Geographic Subdivisions and Enumeration Districts, Washington: National File Size: KB.

Each census year, the nation was divided into enumeration districts, which varied in size and geographic coverage. The terms census jurisdictions, divisions, districts, or subdivisions were used in earlier censuses. The terms “Enumeration District” and “Enumerator” were first used in the census.

For maps of cities and towns not listed in this bibliography, consult Cartographic Records of the Census Bureau (MAPS CD A32 no. This lists enumeration district maps available for the Censuses.

If no maps are shown as being available, it means. Maps are a unique way to study statistical information, making it very easy to compare data across geographic areas. They also provide a quick reference point that can be interpreted by almost anyone, regardless of educational level.

The U.S. Census Bureau produced its first map based on census results when it published James D.B. DeBow's Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts, Census of the United States (). Selected city streets and enumeration districts, census City streets and enumeration districts, census Enumeration districts, census: Responsibility: compiled by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens.

M Cross Index to Selected City Street and Enumeration Districts, Census. M Enumeration District Maps for the Fifteenth Census of the United States, A Enumeration District Maps for the Twelfth Through Sixteenth Censuses of the United States, T Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts, and NATION REGIONS DIVISIONS STATES Congressional Districts Voting Districts Traffic Analysis Zones County Subdivisions Subminor Civil Divisions Places Public Use Microdata Areas State Legislative Districts Urban Growth Areas AIANNH Areas* (American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian Areas) Standard Hierarchy of Census Geographic Entities File Size: KB.

About U.S. Enumeration District Maps and Descriptions, Get a bird’s-eye view of your ancestor’s neighborhood in the United States Federal Census with enumeration district maps.

The census was split into enumeration districts—geographic areas designed to allow a census taker (enumerator) to visit every house in the district. • Census Enumeration Districts uccgia Census Geographic Data Initiative This is the last of four workshops.

The first workshop covered the reporting units of the census. The second showed you how to navigate the census web site to acquire geographic data. The third overviewed the census geography items in the Homer Babbidge : Robert G.

Cromley. The first Guide to State and Local Census Geography ( CPH-I) was issued in June as a joint venture between the US Census Bureau and the Association of Public Data Users (APDU). The book contained an overview of census geography and had information about key geographic concepts for each state as it related to the Census.

Written descriptions are in Descriptions of Enumeration Districts, ' ( rolls) and are arranged alphabetically by state, county, and city and thereunder by supervisor's ptions of Enumeration Districts,NARA microfilm T The descriptions for are on rolls 61 through – Census descriptions of geographic subdivisions and enumeration districts,New York [NARA T] Federal Census National Archives (NARA) Record Group T Roll – ED,19,37 Roll – EDs,Roll – EDs.

The US National Archives (NARA) has microfilm of a typescript of the plans of division, published as Descriptions of Census Enumeration Districts, - (T, rolls). NARA's Document DESCRIPTIONS OF CENSUS ENUMERATION DISTRICTS, AND describes the arrangement of the microfilm rolls.Subdistricts and Enumeration Districts.

As mandated by the Constitution (article I, section 2), an act of March 1, (1 Stat. ) provided for the 1st Census and, with minor modifications, governed each census through The term "Census Office" refers to temporary staffs established to administer the decennial censuses, STATES Counties Census Blocks Block Groups Census Tracts Urban Areas ZIP Code Tabulation Areas School Districts Congressional Districts County Subdivisions Places Standard Hierarchy of Census Geographic Entities in the Island Areas Figure A Estates.

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