2 edition of New Mexico 1850 territorial census found in the catalog.
New Mexico 1850 territorial census
Margaret Leonard Windham
|Statement||transcribed by the New Mexico Genealogical Society, inc. ; edited by Margaret Leonard Windham.|
|Contributions||New Mexico Genealogical Society., United States. Census Office. 7th Census, 1850.|
|LC Classifications||F795 .W5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||76005820|
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,The New Mexico State Historical Society in Santa Fe has mortality records are not at the Family History Library. Indexes: fiche, film, or book [edit | New Mexico 1850 territorial census book source].
For a list of microform and book indexes for the non-population schedules of New Mexico, click here. State, territorial, and colonial censuses [edit | edit source]. Genre/Form: Census data Genealogy: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Windham, Margaret Leonard, New Mexico territorial census.
Albuquerque: The Society, © The federal government of the United States conducts an enumeration of the nation every ten years. Since the first census inthe returns from these censuses have become an invaluable source of information for genealogists and others.
This collection of census records contains a vast amount of information on millions of Americans. Over the New Mexico Census. About New Mexico, Territorial Census, This is a database of the Territorial Census of New Mexico. The census included all counties in the territory and was partly paid for by funds provided by the Federal Government.
The census was taken during two months starting the first Monday in June of The census contains schedules for. New Mexico Territory Censuses: Arranged by county then village or Pueblo. The schedules provide name, relation to head of household and, often, age.
Although the indication of race is often unreliable, many Pueblo are listed as non-white. The racial designation of inhabitants of Taos Pueblo, for example, is "copper" in the Census. This database details those persons enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Seventh 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. The Taos County Census has one JUAN NEPOMUCENO GURULE listed as follows; From the book "New Mexico Territorial Census Vol(Taos and San Miguel Counties) By The New Mexico Genealogical 47,Sheet 23 Nov.
Gurule, Juan Nepomuceno Age 30 M NM Medina, Maria Estefana Age 25 F NM Gurule, Juan Pascual Age 12 M NM. The first federal census available for New Mexico is There are federal censuses publicly available for, and There was a territorial census taken inThe New Mexico State Historical Society in Santa Fe has mortality records are not at the Family History Library.
Indexes: fiche, film, or book Edit. For a list of microform and book indexes for the non-population schedules of New Mexico, click here. State, territorial, and colonial censuses Edit. New Mexico took several censuses in the. U.S. Census Quick Facts.
U.S. Census Date: June 1, (All reported data is “as of” this official date chosen by the census agency) Census Duration: 5 months U.S. Census Population: 23, President during Census: Zachary Taylor 30 states participated in the census including the new states of Florida, Iowa, Wisconsin, Texas.
This title is located at the following institution(s): UNM Center for Southwest Research, UNM Zimmerman Library, UNM Valencia, Northern New Mexico College field_vote: Select rating Give New Mexico territorial census 1/5 Give New Mexico territorial census 2/5 Give New Mexico territorial census 3/5 Give New Mexico territorial.
Key to Abbreviations: B Census in book format CD Census index on CD CDC Census on CD CDT Territorial census index on CD F Census on microfilm IB Index in book format IF Index on microfilm IT Territorial index in book format M Miracode on microfilm S Soundex on microfilm T Territorial census in book format V Veterans schedule * Partial index GEN DB Beginning with the census, Indians are enumerated on reservations as well as in the general population.
Available Records: Enumeration of Pueblo Indians: New Mexico Territory Censuses: Arranged by county, then village or Pueblo. The schedules provide name, relation to head of household, and often, age.
OCLC Number: Notes: "Index of the general census of the district of Altar, Sonora, month of April, "--Cover. Description: pages ; 28 cm. Links to Online Census Records Rio Arriba Co., New Mexico [Bookmark This Page] [Link To This Page] State New Mexico Census (0) Census (2) Census (7) Census (0) Census (0) Census (2) Census (1) Territorial Census: Federal Census.
The Compromise of put an end to the push for immediate New Mexico statehood. Approved by the United States Congress in Septemberthe legislation provided for the establishment of New Mexico Territory and Utah also firmly established the disputed western boundary of Texas.
The status of slavery during the territorial period provoked considerable Capital: Santa Fe. 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 New Mexico Census Information.
New Mexico Federal Census Records include:, and The New Mexico Federal Census Records were lost in a warehouse fire, but the Veterans and Widows schedules did survive. New Mexico Soundex code (phonetic indexes) include census years, and. From the book "New Mexico Territorial Census,Vol"Taos and San Miguel :The New Mexico Genealogical Society.
Census Taos County,Sheet7 Martin, Jesus Age 29 M NM Trugillo, Maria Antonia 21 F. New Mexico Territorial Census - Four Volumes [Margaret Leonard Windham] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. New Mexico Territorial Census. 4 vols. Albuquerque: New Mexico Genealogical Society, Native American Schedules.
Native American schedules prior to are incomplete and contain inaccuracies. From toNative American censuses were taken regularly but not annually. Surviving records vary by tribe.Population-- The whole population of New Mexico, according to the census of ; in was estimated at 52, composed of one twentieth Spaniards, one fifth Creoles, one fourth Mestizos of all grades, and one half Pueblo Indians.
Inthe population ; and according to the census of New Mexico Daily Life Records. Alumni, Schools, & Yearbooks. New Mexico – Agency records, (Jicarilla, Pueblo, vital, schools, land, census) New Mexico – Agency records, (Zuñi, vital, land, schools) School attendance and .