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River Campus Libraries Microfilm Holdings
13th census, 1910 [population schedules]. New York
Call Number: UR Library Annex AIMS FILM .U33nn 1910 Summary holdings: reel 923-924 reel 951 reel 986-993 reel 1058 reel 1061-1062 reel 1075 reel 1079-1080 reel 1086-1087 reel 1094
Reel 923. Albany (pt.) Allegany (pt.) counties.--Reel 924. Allegany (pt.), Chenango counties.--Reel 951. Genesee, Herkimer (pt.) counties.--Reels 986-987. Lewis (pt.), Livingston, Madison (pt.) counties.--Reels 988-993. Monroe, Montgomery (pt.) counties.--Reel 1058. Ontario county.--Reels 1061-1062. Orange (pt.), Schuyler, Orleans, Oswego counties.--Reel 1075. St. Lawrence, Yates counties.--Reels 1079-1080. Schoharie, Steuben counties.--Reels 1086-1087. Ulster, Warren, Wyoming, Washington counties.--Reel 1094. Pocahontas, Putnam, Summers county.
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General Sources for Historical Data
The National Historical Geographic Information System (NHGIS), produced by the Minnesota Population Center at the University of Minnesota provides free access to historical Census information. Note: this resource requires user registration, but registration is free and immediate.
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National Archives & Records Administration - Census Records
Census records can provide the building blocks of your research. The first Federal Population Census was taken in 1790, and has been taken every ten years since. Because of a 72-year restriction on access to the Census, the most recent year available is 1940. The 1950 Census will be released in 2022.
The National Archives has the census schedules on microfilm available from 1790 to 1940, and most have now been digitized by our digitization partners. Family researchers generally find it most helpful to begin with the most current census and work backwards as a strategy for locating people in earlier generations.
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