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1790-1890 Federal Population Censuses - Catalog of NARA Microfilm
From the National Archives & Records Administration.
1790-1890 Federal Population Censuses Catalog of NARA Microfilm - Online Version
Ancestry.com - 1800 United States Federal Census
Includes research tips and information about the questions asked in each census. Ancestry.com has searchable indexes; database results and some digitized images are available with a fee-based subscription.
Ancestry.com Learning Center - Making Sense of Pre-1850 Census Records
Ancestry.com Wiki - 1800 U.S. Census
This article originally appeared in "Census Records" by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Matthew Wright in The Source: A Guidebook to American Genealogy. This wiki is a free service of Ancestry.com.
Ancestry.com Wiki - Comparison of Census Information, 1790-1940
This wiki is a free service of Ancestry.com.
Archives.com - 1800 U.S. Federal Population Census
540,434 Records. Source: National Archives, Courtesy of FamilySearch.org. Use Archives.com with a FREE 7-day membership and search over 2.1 billion records. Pay-for-use after the seven day free trial.
Clues in Census Records, 1790-1840
FamilySearch - FHL Catalog - United States - Census - 1800
FamilySearch Wiki - United States Census 1800
FamilySearch.org - United States Census, 1800
Name index to the population schedules listing the inhabitants of the United States in 1800. This was the second national census conducted since 1790. Index provided by Ancestry.com.
US Census Headings 1790-1860
A chart by FamilySearch.
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