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Adair 1860 Federal Census
Allamakee 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Appanoose 1850 Federal Census
Benton 1860 Federal Census
Blackhawk 1850 Federal Census
Bremer 1870 Federal Census
Buchanan 1850 Federal Census
Calhoun 1860 Federal Census
Cedar 1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
Clarke 1850 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
1930 Federal Census
Clayton 1840 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Clinton 1840 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
Dallas 1860 Federal Census
1900 Federal Census
Fayette 1860 Federal Census
1900 Federal Census
Floyd 1860 Federal Census
Fremont 1850 Federal Census
Grundy 1860 Federal Census
Hamilton 1900 Federal Census
Hancock 1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
Harrison 1880 Federal Census
Henry 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
1900 Federal Census
Iowa 1850 Federal Census
Jackson 1850 Federal Census
Jasper 1850 Federal Census
Keokuk 1850 Federal Census
Lee 1840 Federal Census
Madison 1850 Federal Census
1856 State Census
1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
1885 State Census
1895 State Census
1900 Federal Census
1910 Federal Census
1920 Federal Census
1930 Federal Census
Monona 1860 Federal Census
Montgomery 1870 Federal Census
Obrien 1880 Federal Census
Paloalto 1860 Federal Census
1870 Federal Census
1880 Federal Census
1900 Federal Census
Plymouth 1860 Federal Census
Pottawattamie 1870 Federal Census
Scott 1840 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Vanburen 1860 Federal Census
Warren 1850 Federal Census
1860 Federal Census
Wayne 1850 Federal Census
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