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"Indian" Rolls and Census Data Page Two

Census Records That Cover More Than One Tribe

1733-1781 Marriages in a Connecticut Church
This is a record of early Connecticut marriages that took place in the Congregational Church, North Stonington, New London County, Connecticut between 1733 and 1781. All marriages at this church are recorded, so it may help anyone with ancestors who lived in that area. Ethnicity is identified only in those cases where the people married were not obviously "white." The designation used was "Indian." I didn't count all the entries, but there are many surnames here.
1870 Durant Roll, Michagan (partial)
The census was taken by Horace B. Durant, a special agent of the Bureau of Indian Affairs. This census includes all persons who were enumerated in the 1870 census and their known descendants, living on 4 Mar 1907. The actual census includes the Sault Ste. Marie, Mackinac, Grand Traverse and Grand River bands of Ottawas and Chippewas. Grand Traverse Band surnames only on this site, but there is an email address for additional information.
1900 Lincoln County, Nevada Federal Census
Full census with "Indians" identified in some cases
1900 Lincoln County Nevada Indian Population Schedule
There were multiple tribes represented in this area. The census does not specify tribal affiliation.
Haudenosaunee In the War of 1812
Information on this page is from Index of Awards on Claims of the Soldiers of the War of 1812, compiled by the New York Adjutant General's Office. The following list is an index of claims presented by members of Indian tribes mustered into the service of the United States in the War of 1812. Information is presented as follows: Claim number, name of warrior, claimant and amount awarded. Tribes include the Seneca, Onondago, Oneida, and Tuscarora
1910 Missaukee County Michigan Census Indian Population
Includes: Pottawatomie, Ottawa, Chippewa
1900 Census, Colorado Indian Industrial Schools
This is a list of students who attended the school. The data is from the Colorado State Archives.

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