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Index to the 1850 Census of the State of California

Alan P. Bowman

Edité par Genealogical Publishing Company, 1972
ISBN 10: 0806304847 / ISBN 13: 9780806304847
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Titre : Index to the 1850 Census of the State of ...

Éditeur : Genealogical Publishing Company

Date d'édition : 1972

Reliure : Hardcover

Etat du livre : Fair

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Black cloth binding with red and gold stamp on spine. Fair to good condition, ex library; cover corners worn, cracks at title page and back page, prev owner's names inside front cover and flyleaf, no other marks noted. N° de réf. du libraire 9794-2374

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Synopsis : This is an unparalleled reference tool for California genealogical research, the most significant aid to have been developed from the U.S. census of 1850. This census was the first to list the name of every individual in the household; it also included California for the first time as a state. The enumerations, however, were not in alphabetical order and, therefore, of little use to the researcher.

This present work compensates for the deficiencies of the original enumerations and provides a complete index to the 1850 census of California. Arranged by counties, individuals are listed alphabetically by surname with an indication of their age, sex, race, and birthplace. Altogether approximately 92,000 persons are named.

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