2 edition of The 1864 census of the territory of Arizona. found in the catalog.
The 1864 census of the territory of Arizona.
|Contributions||Historical records survey. Arizona.|
|LC Classifications||HA242 .A35 1864a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. 1., [iv]-vi, , 210 p.|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||39026345|
became one of the original four counties in the State of Arizona when it was created in In these early years, the City of Yuma held several different names. From through Yuma was known as Colorado City. From to it was named Arizona City. Finally in the Territorial Legislature settled on Yuma. The Territory's seat of government, temporarily established in at Prescott, was, in , fixed at Tucson, and, in , transferred to Prescott again. Phoenix is the present capital. The twelfth United States census, besi Indians, reports a population, in , of ,
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Census of Arizona Territory, April Phoenix, AZ, USA: n.p., ↑ Eugene L. Sierras, Mexican Census Pre-Territorial: Pimeria Alta, (Tucson, Arizona: Arizona State Genealogical Society, )[FHL Book X2se ].
Pimeria Alta was an area of land in southern pre-territorial Arizona. Get this from a library. The census of the territory of Arizona. The Historical records survey, Division of women's and professional projects, Works progress administration. [Arizona.; Historical records.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Federal census-territory of New Mexico and territory of Arizona, Senate Document no. 13, 89th Congress, 1 Session (Serial ), excerpts from the Decennial Federal census,for Arizona County in the territory of New Mexico, the Special territorial census of taken in Arizona, and Decennial Federal census,for the.
A Historical and Biographical Record of the Territory of Arizona. E-book, PDF format. Available for immediate download. RP $ The Census of the Territory of Arizona. The Census of the Territory of Arizona.
The Historical Records Survey. E-book, PDF format. Available for immediate download. Also at is the Arizona and New Mexico Territories Census, Late s database, an Arizona Territory Census, index and the Navajo County, Arizona Census, The Mexican census of Pimeria Alta (the southern pre-territorial portion of Arizona) has been transcribed and published by the Arizona State Genealogical Society.
The Territory of Arizona (also known as Arizona Territory) was a territory of the United States that existed from Febru until Februwhen the remaining extent of the territory was admitted to the Union as the state of was created from the western half of the New Mexico Territory during the American Civil WarCapital: Fort Whipple (–64), Prescott (–67).
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The Historical records survey, Division of women's and. Pima County, located in southern Arizona, was formed in by an act of the First Legislative Session of the Territory of Arizona.
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State censuses can be as important as the federal census to genealogists but, because they were taken randomly, remain a much under-utilized resource in American genealogy. State censuses often can serve as substitutes for some of the missing federal census records - most notably the,and censuses.
Many state censuses also. From tothe area of the territory was limited to the present day Dakotas. The territory included most of the present state of Wyoming and the Dakotas from to Census.
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This database contains information on individuals who were married in Arizona between and It is comprised of information compiled by the following two agencies: Upper Snake River Family History Center and Ricks College – The records compiled by this group include marriages from select counties of Arizona between and Index to the Federal census of Arizona for, and [Underhill, Lonnie E] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Arizona Biographies A historical and biographical record. Arizona Territory was created by the Arizona Organic Act and officially established on Decemin a ceremony performed at Navajo Springs, Arizona.
Following completion of an initial census, Governor John N. Goodwin proclaimed an election to select delegates to the first territorial legislature would occur on J Jurisdiction: Arizona Territory, United States.
8 The Census of the Territory of Arizona, La Paz No. 7, P. Drachman No. 2., pp. If Philip Drachman was eighteen inaccording to our sources, then in he would have been twenty-eight, rather than thirty years of age, as shown by the Census of the Territory of Arizona.
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There are 15 counties in the U.S. state of Arizona. Four counties (Mohave, Pima, Yavapai and Yuma) were created in following the organization of the Arizona Territory in The now defunct Pah-Ute County was split from Mohave County inbut merged back in All but La Paz County were created by the time Arizona was granted statehood in Category: Federal Unit.
Family History Library has indexes for,and The Family History Library has the U.S. federal censuses of Arizona for, and Arizona was included in the New Mexico census for The residents' names are published along with those listed in the and census enumerations (FHL bookFile Size: KB.
Map of proposed Arizona Territory, (SOURCE: U.S. Library of congress) Newly-appointed territory officials gathered onfor a public meeting in order to chose the name of the Author: Eric Zott.
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The Territory's seat of government, temporarily established in at Prescott, was, infixed at Tucson, and, intransferred to Prescott again. Phoenix is the present capital. The twelfth United States census, besi Indians, reports a population, in History. Where Quartzsite is now located, was from to the s the site of a waterhole and later a stage station, called Tyson's Wells, along the La Paz - Wikenburg Road on Tyson Wash, in what was then Yuma County, in the newly created Arizona was about 20 miles from the Colorado River steamboat landing of La Paz and 25 miles from the landing of Erhenburg from County: La Paz.
Pima County, located in southern Arizona, was formed in by an act of the First Legislative Session of the Territory of Arizona. The county seat is Tucson, Arizona. Financial accounts, petitions, bonds, reports, leases, deeds, abstracts of titles, tax lists, bids, and.
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Waltz states he has been in the Arizona Territory for 2 years. It should be noted, the Arizona Territorial census was complete on May18, and published in October Arizona Territory census 3rd Judicial District.
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IN NORTHWESTERN ARIZONA IN A REPORT BY BENJAMIN SILLIMAN, JR. edited by GEORGE ERNEST WEBB* On Jthe celebrated chemist and metallurgist, Benjamin Silliman, Jr., arrived at the desert outpost of Fort Mohave in Arizona Territory.
The Yale professor and several friends had made a nine-day. Descendants of Jean Flournoy Of Flornoy Census 2:Tucson, Arizona Territory, New Mexico Census 3:Tucson, Arizona Territory, New Mexico [Juch, Bob, see VF address book] Enlisted in Taylor's Company, First Mississippi Volunteers, 15 Junewith the rank of private.
Discharged at the mouth of the Rio Grande due to illness. Arizona territory. With support of Governor Anson P.K.
Safford, McCormick also helped establish Arizona’s first public school system. Source(s): Lockwood, Frank C and Donald W.
Page. Tucson the Old Pueblo. Tucson: Santa Cruz Valley Press, ; Reprint Sheridan, Thomas E. Los Tucsonenses: The Mexican Community in Tucson, Dublin City Census: Charts Index of Heads of Households: Magee, Sean Ar4: census of the territory of Arizona: Arizona Historical Records Survey N81s: special census, Worth County, Missouri: Fletchall, Smith, Union Townships: Northwest Missouri Genealogy Society N81a v Atlas of Gentry County.
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Index to Compiled Service records of Confederate soldiers who served in organizations from the Territory of Arizona Micro- film and guide. Index to compiled service records of Volunteer Union Soldiers who served in the organization from the Territory of Arizona Micro- film.
Territorial records begin with the census, in which Arizona was a county in the New Mexico Territory. A special census was taken in after the establishment of a separate Arizona Territory, with others in,and Arizona Counties There are fifteen Counties in Arizona.
There is one defunct county: Pah-Ute County formed in from Mohave County and returned in Four Counties (Mohave, Pima, Yavapai and Yuma) were created in following the organization of the Arizona Territory in The newest, La Paz County was created in This database is an index to all individuals enumerated in the United States Federal Census, the Twelfth Census of the United States.
In addition, the names of those listed on the population schedule are linked to actual images of the Federal Census, copied from the National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, T, rolls. The Census Book.
Table 6. Availability of Non-Population Schedules Year a Year a State / Territory Terr. State Industry / Manufactures Agriculture Schedules Mortality Schedules Slaves Social Statistics Misc. Cens. Terr. Cens. William Jones was born to Porter Jones and Elizabeth Jenkins Pendleton inand was listed in the Arizona census of As a young man, Jones traveled first to Virginia, California, then to Aurora, Nevada Territory, and finally to the Hassayampa, Arizona Territory, where he worked in.
Arizona Territory. Acts, Resolutions and Memorials of the Territory of Arizona. Prescott, Tucson [et al.], – Title varies. The session laws for the territory of Arizona.
Cited as Ariz. Terr. Laws. Arizona Territory. The Revised Statutes of Arizona, Prescott: Prescott Courier Print, Arizona Territory.The Territory Census shows P. Drachman having $1, in real estate and a personal estate of $4, Drachman was the hired by A&L Zeckendorf to manage their Tucson store, specifically to sell remaindered goods.
He traveled the territory, by wagon a mule selling off excess inventory.All of this took place some years ago when there were no more than people living in Tucson and only 4, residents in the territory, according to the Arizona Territory census of Arizona in the ‘50s was first published inbut has been out of print for more than 50 years.