Censuses Minnesota
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BELGIANS IN AMERICA:    American Censuses  1850 / 1860 / 1870

American Censuses
1850/1860/1870
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 Distribution according
to the State of settlement
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The settlers

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Censuses

MINNESOTA


Censuses Index


1. Aitkin
2. Anoka
3. Becker
4. Beltrami
5. Benton
6. Big Stone
7. Blue Earth
8. Brown
9. Carlton
10. Carver
11. Cass
12. Chippewa
13. Chisago
14. Clay
15. Clearwater
16. Cook
17. Cottonwood
18. Crow Wing
19. Dakota
20. Dodge
21. Douglas
22. Faribault
23. Fillmore
24. Freeborn
25. Goodhue
26. Grant
27. Hennepin
28. Houston
29. Hubbard
30. Isanti

31. Itasca
32. Jackson
33. Kanabec
34. Kandiyohi
35. Kittson
36. Koochiching
37. Lac Qui Parle
38. Lake
39. Lake of Woods
40. Le Sueur
41. Lincoln
42. Lyon
43. Mahnomen
44. Marshall
45. Martin
46. McLeod
47. Meeker
48. Mille Lacs
49. Morrison
50. Mower
51. Murray
52. Nicollet
53. Nobles
54. Norman
55. Olmsted
56. Otter Tail
57. Pennington
58. Pine
59. Pipestone
60. Polk

61. Pope
62. Ramsey
63. Red Lake
64. Redwood
65. Renville
66. Rice
67. Rock
68. Roseau
69. Scott
70. Sherburne
71. Sibley
72. St. Louis
73. Stearns
74. Steele
75. Stevens
76. Swift
77. Todd
78. Traverse
79. Wabasha
80. Wadena
81. Waseca
82. Washington
83. Watonwan
84. Wilkin
85. Winona
86. Wright
87. Yellow Medicine
Belgian population       (1850)    (1860)    (1870) 
 
1850 : 1 1860 : 98 1870 : 351
        5. Benton 34
    7. Blue Earth  5 7. Blue Earth 4
        8. Brown 6
    10. Carver  1 10. Carver 42
        13. Chisago 1
19. Dakota  (at Fort Snelling, Hennepin County since 1852) 1 19. Dakota  3 19. Dakota 10
    20. Dodge  2 20. Dodge 2
        21. Douglas 4
    25. Goodhue  6 25. Goodhue 20
    27. Hennepin  2 27. Hennepin 6
    28. Houston  5 28. Houston 9
        40. Le Sueur 1
        46. McLeod 1
        47. Meeker 1
    52. Nicollet  7 52. Nicollet 13
        55. Olmsted 3
    62. Ramsey  2 62. Ramsey 3
    66. Rice  46 66. Rice 64
        69. Scott 12
    71. Sibley 1    
    72. St Louis  1 72. St Louis 9
    73. Stearns  1 73. Stearns 30
    79. Wabasha  8 79. Wabasha 51
    82. Washington  2 82. Washington 2
    85. Winona  1 85. Winona 12
    86. Wright  5 86. Wright 11
 
Minnesota Territory was established in 1849, including the whole present-day State and the Dakotas generally east of the Missouri River. 
1850
: coverage of Minnesota Territory did not extend beyond the present State except for a few settlers near the Red River in what is now North Dakota.
Minnesota was admitted as a State on May 11, 1858 with essentially its present boundaries. 

1860
: the census covered virtually the whole State.

Source : US census Bureau on line