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Rice County, Minnesota Births, 1870-74

Birth records for over 2100 children born in Rice County, Minnesota between 1870 and 1874


Created in the 1850's from nearby Wabasha and Dakota counties, Rice County, Minnesota had a population of just over 16,000 in 1870. Compiled from existing records, this database is a collection of births in the county between 1870 and 1874. It contains valuable information regarding over 2100 children born to residents of the county. Users of this collection will find information regarding sex, birth date, township of birth, parents' names, parents' birthplace, and parents' occupation. Provided by John Dalby, this is a valuable addition to the Ancestry.com online library.
 •  Minnesota, 1870  Promotional literature for the state of Minnesota including pictures and maps in 1870
 •  Minnesota County History Name Index  Name index for histories of eight south eastern counties of Minnesota
 •  Benton, Meeker, and Todd Counties, Minnesota Farm Directory, 1913-14  An extraction of a farm directory for Benton, Meeker, and Todd counties in Minnesota between 1913 and 1914.
 •  William Folsom, Fifty Years in the Northwest  Autobiography of a state legislator and pioneer from Maine
 •  Frank Moore, Reminiscences of St. Paul, Minnesota  Reminiscences of Pioneer Days in St. Paul from the perspective of a newspaper writer.
 •  Rice County, Minnesota Census, 1900-10  Census records from Rice County, Minnesota for over 34,000 residents in 1900 and 1910
 •  Rice County, Minnesota Marriages, 1860-69  Marriage records for persons married in Rice County, Minnesota in the 1860's
 •  Rice County, Minnesota Census, 1920  Federal census records for nearly 20,000 residents of Rice County, Minnesota in 1920
 •  E. S. Seymour, Sketches of Minnesota  Collection of sketches describing Minnesota as the "New England of the West."
 •  Jane Swisshelm, Letters of an Abolitionist  Letters written by Jane Swisshelm regarding the abolitionist cause and feminist issues

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