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.
107,444,752 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.
Name index of population schedules listing inhabitants of the United States in 1920. This was the fourteenth census conducted since 1790. There were 107.5 million individuals enumerated this census year. The index was created by FamilySearch and Ancestry.com.
Digital images of National Archives microfilm publication A3378, reproductions of enumeration district maps for the 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930 and 1940 censuses. Each census year, the nation was divided into enumeration districts. An enumeration district was an area that could be covered by a single census taker in one census period. Enumeration districts varied in size from one city block in urban areas to an entire county in rural areas.