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 ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO TERRITORIES CENSUS, LATE 1800S

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Arizona and New Mexico Territories Census, Late 1800s

12,000 records excerpted from censuses of Arizona and New Mexico Territories

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Printed as a Senate document, this database contains over 12,000 records, which are excerpts from the decennial census of 1860 for Arizona County in the Territory of New Mexico, excerpts from the decennial federal census of 1870 for the Territory of Arizona, and excerpts from the Special Territorial Census of 1864 taken in Arizona. Each record lists the name, age, sex and marital status of the individual, as well as their length of residence, occupation, place of birth, and the value of their property.
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