Search billions of records on






1880 Census Sitka was enumerated on 1 February 1881, but still classed as part of the 1880 Tenth Census of the United States. Unlike the rest of Alaska, The Sitka census provided personal information and consisted of three parts. Part A, covering the town of Sitka records 394 individuals, with details for each that include name, sex, marital status, nationality, occupation, literacy, and age groups of children. Part B cavassed the Indian village of Sitka and names only the chief of each lodge, cites his occupation and state of English literacy, then tallies the number of males, females, and children by age category. Part C offers for both villages the statistical summary that is common for the rest of Alaska.
1890 Census Destroyed by fire
1900 Census exists and has been microfilmed
1910 Census exists and has been microfilmed
1920 Census exists and has been microfilmed
For more Census Information plus Census District Maps - Visit the main Alaska GenWeb Census Information Page







Return to Home Page

This page was last modified: Monday, 13-Sep-2010 13:34:45 MDT  

You are our [an error occurred while processing this directive] visitor since 11/01/00 - thanks for stopping by!

© Copyrighted 1999 to present for the benefit of the Alaska GenWeb Project. All rights reserved.