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1850Images of the 1850 Census when the area was still part of Pembina County in Minnesota Territory [pages 19A through 32B]
1860The 1860 enumeration of "Unorganized Dakota" included settlers in Pembina and old Fort Abercrombie in present-day North Dakota. A total of 4,837 persons were enumerated in "Unorganized Dakota" in 1860.
1870The 1870 enumeration of the Dakota Territory included Pembina County in present-day eastern North Dakota, and several military forts (trading posts) including Fort Buford, Fort Stevenson, and Fort Rice, as well as Fort Totten, in present-day North Dakota. A total of 14,181 persons were enumerated in the Dakota Territory in 1870, including 2,405 persons in present-day North Dakota.
1880Links are to the text files of transcripts in the USGenWeb/NDGenWeb Archives for Ramsey County
18851885 Dakota Territory (searchable database at North Dakota State University)
1890Only the Union veterans SDpecial Census portion of the 1890 survives for Ramsey County.
19001900 Ramsey Census Index by Township and Village linking to text transcripts and images.