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1890 United States Federal Census

The US Census Bureau conducted its Eleventh Decennial Census, popularly known as 1890 census on June 2, 1890. The total resident population was enumerated to be 62,947,714(approx). It was declared that the frontier region of the United States no longer existed and for that the westward migration was not tracked in the census of 1890.

The 1890 census data was the first to be tabulated on tabulating machine invented by Herman Hollerith. This discovery has reduced the census tabulation time from seven years to two and a half years.

Questions asked during the

1890 National Census:

The 1890 enumerators collected the following information such as number of families and persons in house; names; address; whether a Union or Confederate soldier, sailor, or marine during the Civil War or widow of such person; relationship to head of family; whether white, black or any other race; gender; age; marital status; mother of how many children and number of living children; place of birth of person and their father and mother; if foreign-born, number of years in US;

whether naturalized and naturalization papers have been taken out; profession, trade or occupation, months unemployed during the census year; attendance at school during the census year; ability to read, write and if can speak English, if unable then the language spoken, whether suffering from acute or chronic illness, whether mentally unfit, deaf, dumb, blind, or whether crippled, maimed or deformed, with name of defect; whether a criminal, orphan or pauper; if home rented or owned, if owned, whether free from mortgage, if farmer, whether farm is rented or owned, whether free from mortgage; if rented, post office box of owner.

Facts about the Eleventh

United States Census

The 1921 ware house fire in the Commerce Building of Washington, D.C. destroyed the 1890 population schedules. It was a tragic incident that damaged numerous family history records thereby affecting genealogical research at large.

The following fragments that survived the 1921 fire:

  • Alabama: Perry County – (Perryville Beat No.11 and Severe Beat No.8).
  • District of Columbia: Q. Thirteenth, Fourteenth, R.Q. Corcoran, Fifteenth, S.R. and Riggs Streets, Johnson Avenue, and S. Street.
  • Georgia: Muscogee County, Columbus.
  • Illinois: McDonough County, Mound Township.
  • Minnesota: Wright County, Rockford.
  • New York: Westchester County, Eastchester. Suffolk County, Brookhaven Township.
  • North Carolina: Gaston County, South Point Township and River Bend Township. Cleveland County, Township No. 2.
  • Ohio: Hamilton County, Cincinnati. Clinton County, Wayne Township.
  • South Dakota: Union County, Jefferson Township.
  • Texas: Ellis County - J.P. No. 6, Mountain Peak and Ovilla Precinct. Hood County, Precinct 5. Rusk County, Precinct No. 6 and J.P. No. 7. Trinity County, Trinity Town, and Precinct No. 2. Kaufman County, Kaufman.

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However, the special 1890 census of Civil War Union veterans and widows of veterans are used as a substitute for the mislaid of the Eleventh population schedules.


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