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Second Census of the United States, 1800

Introduction to the Second Census of the United States.

Census of the State of Illinois, 1820

Returns are included for the following counties: Alexander, Bond, Clark, Crawford, Franklin, Gallatin, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Madison, Monroe, Pope, Randolph, St. Clair, Union, Washington, Wayne, and White. A summary account which lists no individual names also is included for Edwards County. The census was taken to count the number of all citizens including all ages, sexes, and colour. The enumerators were instructed to particularly note free male inhabitants over the age of 20.

Third Census of the United States, Illinois Territory, 1810

The census for the Illinois Territory in 1810 only contains enumerations for Randolph County.

Dispatch from Major General Thomas Gage, 1767

The census covers Kaskaskia, Fort de Chartres, Cahokia, St. Philippe, Prairie du Rocher, and Vincennes. The census includes the location of the enumeration, number of inhabitants including men, women, children, negro slaves, indian slaves, oxen, cows, horses, hoggs, mills, corn, and tobacco.

Census of Illinois Territory, 1818

The surviving census covers Bond, Crawford, Franklin, Gallatin, Jackson, Johnson, Madison, Monroe, Pope, Randolph, St. Clair, Union, Washington, and White. The census includes name of county and for each household name of head of household, numbers of free white males twenty-one years of age or older, other white inhabitants, free Negroes and mulattoes, and servants and slaves.

Estimate of Settlers North of the Ohio, 1793

[MHS: Pickering Papers :C]


Estimate by Mr Heckenwelder of the Settlers North of the Ohio.


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