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Vermont Census Records

The 1790 census in Vermont is unique to other 1790 census as it was actually taken in 1791 when Vermont first became a state. This may complicate one’s attempt to research the 1790 census as an individual recorded in Vermont during the 1791 census may have already been recorded in another state during 1790.

The 1810 and 1820 census for some Vermont towns include various tallies such as for the lumber milled and yards of material available on the premise.

Early in it’s history as a state, Vermont was a collection of various nationalities. As such, researchers should take care in researching foreign names in census taken after 1850. Springfield, Vermont for instance had a large collection of

To my knowledge there are no missing census enumerations in Vermont except for the country wide 1890 census.

There were no official state census taken in Vermont.


MLA Source Citation:

Census Records: A directory of resources providing online access to census records. Web. 27 July 2016.
- Last updated on Apr 11th, 2013

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