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Don't Overlook Agricultural Census Don't Overlook Agricultural Census By James Pylant Although the population schedules of the federal censuses are far more telling as far as identifying members of a household, agricultural schedules also record information of interest to the genealogist. These records are largely overlooked, perhaps because researchers are just not familiar with them. Most libraries do not have these film rolls, which like the population schedules, were filmed by the National Archives. Beginning with the Seventh Federal Census (1850), a schedule of "Agricultural Productions" listed the holdings of individual farms.
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