The 1790 U.S. Federal Population Census boasts 406,419 records in a massive collection that documents individuals who lived in the United States during this particular census year. The census records contained within this archive are currently on file at the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org, where interested parties can easily access files via the Internet. Individuals can explore more about the 1790 U.S. Federal Population Census by visiting the National Archives, courtesy FamilySearch.org website.
The 1790 U.S. Federal Population Census index includes vital information on individuals who lived in the United States during 1790. Primary information includes the full name of the individual and a residence listing, with a map for easy location.
The records of the 1790 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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Because many of the indexes stored at the National Archives can be quite large, the archives are carefully catalogued for easier retrieval of specific documents. Each census record located within the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org, features a Genealogical Society number, as well as a line and page number. Collections are available on microfilm, and the microfilm series and roll number are included in the archive as well.
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