Dewey Co, OK
Scanned Images of the actual 1920 Census
The donation of the 1920 Dewey County Census images for permanent, free display in the USGenWeb Archives was made possible through the generosity of Glenn Belcher (email@example.com) and the permission of S-K Publications <http://www.skpub.com/genie/>. These census images are copyrighted by S-K Publications and are not to be republished or redistributed without their permission. The images are also available on CD (in a higher-quality format that was reduced when they were converted to .GIF files for the Web) from S-K Publications, PO Box 8173, Wichita KS 67208-0173. Please visit the USGenWeb Census Project if you are interested in transcribing this county census." The name of each image file is the page number. (In the case of 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 census, the file name includes both the Enumeration District and the page number.)
The 1920 Dewey County, OK, Census contains 263 pages (census images) in Enumeration Districts 203 through 207. Page 208-05B was not copied from the microfilm, as it is blank.
These are the actual scanned images of the 1920 Dewey County Census Records. This is not an index. You will need to find your ancestor by using the soundex or an index that has been made of the census (and I'm not aware of any printed index.). Then select the page number from the list below. Since these are true scanned images they take a long time to load.
The following is a breakdown showing which county subdivisions are enumerated in each Enumeration District:
Double click on the address below and it will take you to a list of the available pages. The selections look like this:
The "01a" means that this is Page 1-A of the census 18 Feb 1999 is the date it was added to the archives and the 09:06 is the time it was added to the archives and the 239k is the size of the file.
Each page listed displays this same type of information.
Once you are at the index - double click on the page you want to look at.
Good Luck !
Here's the address for the census records:
Return to the Dewey Archive Page