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Census Data: 1850

Guide to statistical information collected by the U.S. Census Bureau.

1850 Decennial Census

1850

The Seventh census of the United States, 1850 [microform] : embracing a statistical view of each of the states and territories, arranged by counties, towns, etc., under the following divisions...

Census of population (1850)

MU ELLIS SPEC FILM FILM BOOK 0130

 

1850

Mortality statistics of the seventh census of the United States, 1850 ... with sundry comparative and illustrative tables.

Census of vital statistics (1850)

 

MU DEPOSITORY  

HA201 1850 .B2

 

MU ELLIS

 HA201 1850 .B2

 

Freely available online.

Embracing (1) The cause of death; (2) The age and sex; (3) The color and condition; (4) The nativity; (5) The season of decease; (6) The duration of illness; (7) The occupation of the persons reported to have died in the twelve months preceding the first of June of that year.

1850

Mortality statistics of the seventh census of the United States, 1850, [microform]

Census of vital statistics (1850)

MU ELLIS SPEC FILM

FILM BOOK 0131

 

 

1850

The seventh census of the United States, 1850 [electronic resource]

 

Freely available online.

 

1850

Message of the President of the United States, communicating a digest of the statistics of manufactures according to the returns of the seventh census [microform.]

Census of manufactures (1850)

MU ELLIS SPEC FILM  FILM BOOK 0129

 

1850

Statistical view of the United States, embracing its territory, population - white, free colored, and slave - moral and social condition, industry, property, and revenue; the detailed statistics of cities, towns and counties; being a compendium of the seventh census to which are added the results of every previous census beginning with 1790, in comparative tables, with explanatory and illustrative notes, based upon the schedules and other official sources of information.

 

MU ELLIS  

HA201 1850 .C1

Part I. Territory, Part II. Population (colonial population, total population, white population, free colored, slave, and aggregate population. Part III. Moral and social condition (religious worship, education, the press, libraries, charities, wages of labor, crime), Part IV. Cities, towns and counties.

1850

The seventh census. Report of the Superintendent of the Census for December 1, 1852; to which is appended the report for December 1, 1851.

 

MU ELLIS  

HA201 1850 .D1

Includes comments and statistical tables relative to the population and its progress with comparisons to experience in other countries; place of birth; deaf mutes, blind, insane and idiotic; pauperism; crime; religion; property; agriculture, railroads; and telegraphs.

1850

Statistical view of the United States ... [electronic resource] : being a compendium of the seventh census

 

Freely available online.