The 1800 U.S. Federal Population Census is a very large file with a whopping 540,434 individual records in its massive collection. The records document individuals who lived in the United States during the year 1800 and are currently stored at the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org. If you are interested in perusing the 1800 U.S. Federal Population Census, you can do so by visiting the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org website.
The 1800 U.S. Federal Population Census is large, but information contained within is generally limited to the full name of the individual and their place of residence during the census. The specific location includes a city and state, along with a map for easy location. Those who cannot locate the individual they are searching for in this particular census may also find reference to individuals with the same name in other census files.
The records of the 1800 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 so many individual files within a single archive, it may seem challenging to locate a specific file. The National Archives includes meticulous cataloging that includes a number assigned by the Genealogical Society and page number where the file is located. Since records in this collection are kept on microfilm, the series and roll number are also provided.
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