Rural Records of Mid-Southern United States

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Welcome to Rural Records of the Mid-Southern States[edit | edit source]


Featured Content[edit | edit source]

In 1850, farms in the U.S. that produced $100 or more in Agricultural income were included on a special census schedule. Learn more about these Non-Population Schedules from the U.S. Census below.

Did You Know?[edit | edit source]

  • According the 1900 U.S. census, there were 223,220 farms in Alabama

Research Strategies[edit | edit source]

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  2. Summarize the known details. (include names, dates, and relationships)
  3. Identify all records and repositories to be included in the project.
  4. Identify any limitations on the research. (time, inaccessible records, knowledge)
  5. Present both positive and ngative findings. Be sure to include the reasoning and details.
  6. Summarize the findings.
  7. Develop a work plan for continuing the research.  The plan should be based on the finding of this part of the project.[1]

Research Tools[edit | edit source]

Forms[edit | edit source]

1850 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1860 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1870 Agricultural Census Extraction Form
1880 Agricultural Census Extraction Form

References[edit | edit source]

  1. J. Mark Lowe. "Strategies for Southern Research." Research of the Gulf South, 2009.

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