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Census Data 1840-1900 General Population Characteristics and Farm Data from information compiled by Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research 1840-1900

1836 State or Territorial Census
The full transcription of the first census for the area that would become the state of Iowa.  It appears the settled areas at that time were within the 1832 Black Hawk Purchase and include--in whole or in part--today's counties of: Buchanan, Cedar, Clayton, Clinton, Davis, Delaware, Des Moines, Dubuque, Fayette, Henry, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, Lee, Linn, Louisa, Muscatine, Scott, Van Buren, Washington.

1838 State or Territorial Census Transcriptions for counties west of the Mississippi.  Includes the area to become Iowa and Minnesota Territories.)

1840 Federal Census, Half Breed

1850 Federal Census Norwegians (Born in Norway)

1852 State Census
Keokuk
Population Totals

1854 Iowa State Census
1. Cedar, Charleston, Denmark, Des Moines, Franklin, Green Bay, Harrison
2. Jackson
3. Jefferson, Madison, Marion, Montrose, Pleasant Ridge, Van Buren, Washington, West Point

1856 Iowa State Census
Cedar
Charleston
Denmark
Des Moines
Franklin
Green Bay
Jefferson
Pleasant Ridge
Poor Farm

1860 Federal Census
Black and Mulatto
Poor Farm


1870 Federal Census
Fort Madison Penitentiary

1880 Federal Census

Norwegians (Born in Norway)

Poor Farm
1880 Fort Madison Penitentiary


1900 Federal Census
Black and Mulatto

1905 Iowa State Census
Charleston
Denmark
Donnellson City
Franklin
Green Bay
Harrison


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