Censuses Nebraska
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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

UTAH


Censuses Index

1. Beaver
2. Box Elder
3. Cache
4. Carbon
5. Daggett
6. Davis
7. Duchesne
8. Emery
9. Garfield
10. Grand
11. Iron
12. Juab
13. Kane
14. Millard
15. Morgan
16. Piute
17. Rich
18. Salt
19. Lake
20. San Juan
21. Sanpete
22. Sevier
23. Summit
24. Tooele
25. Uintah
26. Utah
27. Wasatch
28. Washington
29. Wayne
30. Weber

Belgian population       (1850)    (1860)    (1870) 

       
1850:  1860:  0 1870 : 2
        3. Cache 1
        26. Utah  1
    Carson see Nevada 3    
           
           
Utah was acquired from Mexico in 1848 and established as a territory in September 1850, including most of present-day Nevada and western Colorado. Utah's 1850 census was taken as of April 1, 1851 and included almost no population outside the present State. The 1860 population includes some persons in present-day Wyoming, but excludes counties located in present-day Nevada. The 1870 population excludes Rio Virgin County, which was part of Nevada although enumerated as part of Utah.
Colorado and Nevada were separated in 1861, with further transfers from Utah to Nevada in 1862 and 1866. Utah acquired its present boundaries in 1868, and was admitted as a State on January 4, 1896.