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1890 Federal Census

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Minnesota: Territory 1849, State 1858

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1890 Federal Census
Except for a single family, the Minnesota 1890 Federal Population Schedules were completely destroyed by fire in the Commerce Department Building in January 1921. The Special Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows in Minnesota do survive, shown below.
County & SD/ED Links NARA Roll Transcription
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Wright 2/224   M407-3 See New Pages  
1890 Federal Census - Veterans Schedules
County & SD/ED Links NARA Roll Transcription
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Aitkin   M123-24 See New Pages  
Anoka   M123-24 See New Pages  
Becker   M123-25 See New Pages  
Beltrami   M123-25 See New Pages  
Benton   M123-24 See New Pages  
Big Stone   M123-23 See New Pages  
Blue Earth   M123-22 See New Pages  
Brown   M123-22 See New Pages  
Carlton   M123-24 See New Pages  
Carver   M123-23 See New Pages  
Cass   M123-24 See New Pages  
Chippewa   M123-23 See New Pages  
Chisago   M123-24 See New Pages  
Clay   M123-25 See New Pages  
Cook   M123-24 See New Pages  
Cottonwood   M123-22 See New Pages  
Crow Wing   M123-24 See New Pages  
Dakota   M123-23 See New Pages  
Dodge   M123-22 See New Pages  
Douglas   M123-25 See New Pages  
Fairbault   M123-22 See New Pages  
Fillmore   M123-22 See New Pages  
Freeborn   M123-22 See New Pages  
Goodhue   M123-23 See New Pages  
Grant   M123-25 See New Pages  
Hennepin   M123-23 See New Pages  
Houston   M123-22 See New Pages  
Hubbard   M123-25 See New Pages  
Isanti   M123-24 See New Pages  
Itasca   M123-24 See New Pages  
Jackson   M123-22 See New Pages  
Kanabec   M123-24 See New Pages  
Kandiyohi   M123-23 See New Pages  
Kittson   M123-25 See New Pages  
Lac qui Parle   M123-22 See New Pages  
Lake   M123-24 See New Pages  
Le Sueur   M123-23 See New Pages  
Lincoln   M123-22 See New Pages  
Lyon   M123-22 See New Pages  
McLeod   M123-23 See New Pages  
Marshall   M123-25 See New Pages  
Martin   M123-22 See New Pages  
Meeker   M123-23 See New Pages  
Mille Lacs   M123-24 See New Pages  
Morrison   M123-24 See New Pages  
Mower   M123-24 See New Pages  
Murray   M123-22 See New Pages  
Nicollet   M123-22 See New Pages  
Nobles   M123-22 See New Pages  
Norman   M123-25 See New Pages  
Olmsted   M123-22 See New Pages  
Otter Tail   M123-25 See New Pages  
Pine   M123-24 See New Pages  
Pipestone   M123-22 See New Pages  
Polk   M123-25 See New Pages  
Pope   M123-25 See New Pages  
Ramsey   M123-24 See New Pages  
Redwood   M123-22 See New Pages  
Renville   M123-23 See New Pages  
Rice   M123-23 See New Pages  
Rock   M123-22 See New Pages  
St. Louis   M123-24 See New Pages  
Scott   M123-23 See New Pages  
Sherburne   M123-24 See New Pages  
Sibley   M123-23 See New Pages  
Stearns   M123-25 See New Pages  
Steele   M123-22 See New Pages  
Stevens   M123-25 See New Pages  
Swift   M123-23 See New Pages  
Todd   M123-25 See New Pages  
Traverse   M123-25 See New Pages  
Wabasha   M123-23 See New Pages  
Wadena   M123-25 See New Pages  
Waseca   M123-22 See New Pages  
Washington   M123-24 See New Pages  
Watonwan   M123-22 See New Pages  
Wilkin   M123-25 See New Pages  
Winona   M123-22 See New Pages  
Wright   M123-23 See New Pages  
Yellow Medicine   M123-22 See New Pages  
Institutions   M123-22 See New Pages  
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