Vermont: Heads of Families at the Second Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1800
The federal census of Vermont for 1800 was never published by the government. It survived in the form of the original enumerators’ sheets until 1938, when the Vermont Historical Society published it for the first time. Since the 1790 census showed Vermont’s population to be 85,000 and the 1800 census indicated that it had grown to 154,396, the value of this later census to the genealogist is obvious. The records in this publication are grouped under the counties of Addison, Bennington, Caledonia, Chittenden, Essex, Franklin, Orange, Rutland, Windham, and Windsor, and thereunder by towns. Names of the heads of households are given in full and for each there is given, in tabular form, the number of free white males and females, by five age groups, and the number of other associated persons except untaxed Indians. Altogether over 25,000 families are listed. Includes a map of the state in 1796.
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