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Maine Census Resources
1830 Federal Census


The 1790-1840 schedules furnish only the names of the free heads of family, not of other family members. These schedules totaled the number of other family members, without name, by free or slave status. Also, the sex and age categories that the schedules first used only for free whites from 1790 through 1810 eventually applied to other persons, and the age categories increased after 1790. The Maine 1830 Census records are extant for all counties.

Maine in 1830 consisted of the following counties: Cumberland, Hancock, Kennebec, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Somerset, Waldo, Washington, and York.

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Source(s) for narrative on this page: Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790 - 1920 by William Thorndale and William Dollarhide. Copyright 1987. National Archives Records Administration (NARA).

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Special thanks to David Colby Young, Maine's previous State Coordinator.

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