The 1830 U.S. Federal Population Census offers a glimpse of many of the individuals who lived in the United States at the time the census was taken. With an enormous number of records totaling 1,824,364, this is one of the more massive collections on file with the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org. To discover more about what is hiding within the 1830 U.S. Federal Population Census, contact the National Archives online at the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org website.
The 1830 U.S. Federal Population Census index is restricted to basic information about an individual, but is a good place to start if you are trying to find a location for someone to begin a more extensive search. Files in this archive will list a full name when available, as well as the city and state of residence at the time of the census. A map is also included to give interested parties a better picture of precisely where the person lived.
The records of the 1830 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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With more than one million files to choose from, it can seem challenging to find a precise person in such a large collection. However, the National Archives carefully catalogues each document online for easy retrieval of documents from each archive.
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