The 1900 U.S. Federal Population Census is a massive archive that represents many of the counties and states throughout the U.S. The collection boasts 76,459,965 individual files documenting U.S. residents that lived in the country at the time the census was taken. All of these files are currently on file at the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org. Individuals can learn more information about the 1900 U.S. Federal Population Census by visiting the National Archives, courtesy of FamilySearch.org website.
The 1900 U.S. Federal Population Census index offers an extensive amount of data on individuals living in the United States in 1900, making it a good place to start many genealogical searches. Full names of individuals are provided, along with gender, race, ethnicity and age at the time of the census. A residence is also included, as well as a list of others living in the household at the time. Birth information, data on parents and marital status round out the data in these census records.
The records of the 1900 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, courtesy of FamilySearch.org offers a wide range of public records, some boasting massive collections like this census archive. To make documents easier to find, each individual record is given a unique number from the Genealogical Society and the precise location.
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