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Shows the evolution of counties in Virginia from colonial times to the end of the 19th century. Also includes: Evolution of Virginia's first-order boundary Crystallizing and stabilizing second-order boundaries Extinct polities of Virginia Ogive of Virginia county formation G1291 .F7 D6 1987
These are descriptions of the physical area in which each census enumerator took the census. Literally, they describe the neighborhoods and roads the enumerator walked up and down to interview households. Contents: Reel 1. 1830-1840 Reel 2. 1850-1860. Reel 3. 1870 Reel 6. 1880 Reel 10. 1900, Virginia Reel 17. 1890, Utah territory, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming Reel 39. 1910, Texas supervisor's districts 1 to 16, Utah, Vermont, Virginia Reel 59. 1920, Virginia supervisor's districts 1-16, Washington Reel 88. 1930, Utah, Virginia. Reel 116. 1940
The nonpopulation schedules after 1880 were destroyed by an Act of Cpngress and no longer exits. The nonpopulation census reports include the following four schedules:
Death Schedules - list all people who dies the year prior to the census for each county in the state. Agricultural Schedules - list all the farms in each countyr, giving the name of the owner, agent, or manager. Industrial Production schedules - list businesses or individuals who produce goods worth more than $500 in annual value. Social Statistics schedules - give various "social" information, including scuh things as valuation of extates and annual taxes; lists of colleges, academies, schools, libraries, newspapers, and churches; crime statistics; and wages.
Gives information including name, age, sex, ract, place of birth, occupation, month of death, cause of death for people who died in the year ending June 1, 1850, 1860, 1870, and 1880. The schedules after 1880 were also destroyed when the other nonpopulation schedules were destroyed.