PDF: Census Substitutes & State Census Records, Volume 3 – Western States & National
PDF: Census Substitutes & State Census Records, Volume 3 – Western States & National
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Census Substitutes & State Census Records, Volume 3 – Western States & National: Substitute Name Lists for all 50 States and State Censuses for 38 States, Second Edition; by William Dollarhide; 2016; 271 pages; PDF eBook; Item FR0423

This 3rd volume covers 13 western states of CA, NV, AK, & HI; Nuevo Mexico (NM & AZ); The Mountain West (CO, UT, & WY); and The Oregon Country (OR, WA, ID, & MT). Also included is a full chapter on Federal Censuses and Nationwide Substitute Name Lists.

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In this Second Edition, William Dollarhide identifies Census Substitutes, as well as State Census Records for the Western portion of the United States of America. The substitutes are those name lists derived from tax lists, directories, military lists, land ownership maps, voter registrations, and other compilations of names of residents for an entire state, one or more counties of a state or one or more towns in a county. Thirty-seven states conducted colonial, territorial, or state censuses that are extant and available for research today. Often taken between Federal Decennial Census years, these records may contain unique information, and may even shed light on the lives of your ancestors that might have been on-the-move.

The Second Edition includes numerous online sources that have been posted on the Internet since the First Edition was published in 2008. This reflects the ongoing efforts of both public and private companies to digitize relevant records. Although the series is by region, and then by state, there have been numerous nationwide census and census substitute sources that have been developed in the last decade, with most posted online. For this reason, we have included a Nationwide Censuses & Substitutes chapter within this book. This volume is the third of three in a series, covering the Eastern, Central, and Western states. The First Edition was printed in two volumes (Eastern & Western), while the Second Edition is now in three.

Chapter 1 - Sierra Pacific & Alaska ● California ● Nevada ● Hawaii ● Alaska

Chapter 2 – Nuevo Mexico ● Timeline – Arizona & New Mexico ● Arizona ● New Mexico

Chapter 3 – The Mountain West ● Colorado ● Utah ● Wyoming

Chapter 4 – The Oregon Country ● Timeline - ID/MT/OR/WA ● Idaho ● Montana ● Oregon ● Washington

Chapter 5 – Nationwide ● Federal Censuses ● National Census Substitutes


William Dollarhide is best known as the co-author of the Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920, acclaimed a top-5 best-selling title in genealogy. He has also authored The Census Book: A Genealogist’s Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules, and Indexes; New York State Censuses & Substitutes; Map Guide to American Migration Routes, 1735-1815; and Genealogical Resources of the Civil War Era, as well as dozens of other titles related to genealogical research. William Dollarhide was born and raised in Seattle, lived near Salt Lake City for two decades, and now lives in Mount Vernon, Washington.