July – Resources

Resources for State Census Records, U.S. State Archives, Historical Societies & Libraries Online & U.S. Census Substitutes.

State censuses were often taken by states in the years between the federal censuses, such as 1875 or 1892. For some states, censuses were taken each decade from about 1825 to 1925. State census records can help fill in the gaps in the years between the federal censuses. State census records may have asked different or unusual questions which can give additional information on the family you are looking for.

Familysearch – State Census Records

https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/United_States_Census_State_Censuses

RootsWeb/Ancestry – State Census Records

https://wiki.rootsweb.com/wiki/index.php/State_Census_Schedules,_1623_to_1950

Cyndi’s List – US State Census Records 

 https://www.cyndislist.com/us/census/state/  (Then select state name from index list)

Cyndi’s List – US State Records 

 https://www.cyndislist.com/us/ (Then select state name from index list)

U.S. State Archives and Libraries Online 2004-2017

http://www.statearchives.us/index.htm

 U.S. State Archives, Historical Societies & Libraries Online as of 2019

https://www.thoughtco.com/us-state-archives-online-1422754

U.S. Census Substitutes – School, Sheriff’s, Church, Settler’s

https://wiki.rootsweb.com/wiki/index.php/Census_Substitutes  http://www.myfreecensus.com/us-census.htm NOTE: “My Free Census” is a census directory to help you find free state census records online. We link to many sites. We cannot be held responsible for the content or any requirements of the many sites we link to.” Do not give a site your email address unless you are comfortable doing so.