The 1810 U.S. Federal Population Census is a massive archive that contains nearly 826,000 individual files. The collection documents individuals who lived in the United States in 1810 and participated in the census that year. All of the files in this index are currently held at the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org. Additional information about the 1810 U.S. Federal Population Census can be found by visiting the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org website.
While the 1810 U.S. Federal Population Census index does not provide a tremendous amount of information about an individual, it does help interested parties pinpoint the specific location of the individual at the time the census was recorded. When available, census records list a full name of the person, as well as the city and state where the person resided.
The records of the 1810 U.S. Federal Population Census are held by the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org. To obtain original copies of the records of this collection, contact the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org at:
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The National Archives meticulously catalogues all of its extensive collections to make retrieval of individual documents as fast and easy as possible. Each file in this archive is identified by the number assigned by the Genealogical Society, as well as a line and page number where the document is located. For easier retrieval from microfilm, roll and series numbers are also provided.
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