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US censuses are done every ten years (1840, 1850, etc). I doubt you will find a census for 1841. To find abbreviations, suffixes, prefixes or other symbols used in the census forms, use Google to find census forms for the years you want (1840 census form, etc). Or you could Google "free census forms" and find websites where you can download blank census forms free of charge,


demographic information gathered by the u.s. Bureau of the census. This data is used by marketers to make predictions about the buying behavior of the residents of a census area who share common demographic characteristics. The Census Bureau makes this data available to the public in print and/or via computer access. Standard census tabulations are available free of charge in libraries. Custom tabulations and data in magnetic tape format are available for a fee.


The majority party of each state at the time of the census is in charge of redrawing district lines.


"Senses" is a homonym for "census."


There never has been a worldwide census. The census in the US that was conducted in 2010 was a census of people living in the US and its possessions.


The census was first created in 1790 by the US Census Bureau.


Raeone Christensen Steuart has written: 'United States, 1800 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 2nd, 1800, Genealogy, Indexes 'Louisiana 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Illinois 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'Rhode Island 1870 census index A-Z' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'Massachusetts 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'New York (Upstate) 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'New Jersey 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births '1870 District of Columbia census index, A-Z' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'Kansas 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Connecticut 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Wisconsin 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Utah 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Long Island, New York 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'New York City 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'South Carolina 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Registers of births 'Ohio 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Census, 9th, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births 'Maryland 1870 census index' -- subject(s): Census, 1870, Genealogy, Indexes, Registers of births


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census is used for money


2,233,169 as of the 2000 census 2,736,424 as of the 2008 census 2,763,885 as of the 2010 census


A national census is taken every ten years by the US Census Bureau.


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The data for the US Census in 2010 is available at the website 2010Census.gov (see related link).The complete data obtained in the US Census of 2000 will not available for pubic access until 2072. In the meantime, if you are personally enumerated in the Census, you may be able to obtain an extract of your entry only.The newest US Census that is available to the public is the 1930 Census. You can view it at the National Archives and the various branches of the Archives. However, the National archives has no index to that census. You can also view it on microfilms through the Family History Library and the many Family History Centers operated on a volunteer basis by the Mormon Church, as well as through many local libraries.The 1930 Census is indexed and available for reference on some of the on-line reference services that charge access fees.


The most recent census, which would be the 2010 census. The next census will not arrive until 2020.


The census is in years divisible by 10. 2010 is the next census. The census is needed to apportion the house of representatives, among other things.


In the US, the United States Census Bureau conducts a population census every 10 years. The next census will take place in 2020.


Census was not a person. The census was an early Roman form of registration of its citizens for taxation purposes. Today, the census is the government's way of finding out where people live and what they do.


A census is usually a function of governments. In the US, it is performed by the Bureau of the Census, part of the Department of Commerce.


Census day is May 10th


what are the positives of using census


you can google the census and the year


the census start in the 19th sentrey


1790 was the 1st census


the census has not stopped