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Nebraska Census & Counties

Records Census Records for Nebraska (information about census, not data) off site
Counties Nebraska Counties: 1854-Present (maps and information) off site
Population Nebraska Population 1890-1990 off site

Nebraska Territorial Census

1854 Nebraska Territorial Census (Greeley was not a county yet) scroll to 1854

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1855 Nebraska Territorial Census (Greeley was not a county yet) scroll to 1855

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1856 Nebraska Territorial Census (Greeley was not a county yet) scroll to 1856

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1860 Nebraska Territorial Census
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1861-1865 Remember, Nebr. Civil War and Veteran's records for this period (also 1893 census)

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Various years Nebraska Civil War Veterans buried in Oklahoma

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Nebraska Federal Census

All decades Census:
In fall 2000, this census image database should go online.  Users must "register" and there will probably be a fee.  All decades 1790-1920 will ultimately be there.  Look for Greeley Co. NE also will have census online for a fee.  Description of this service

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1867 Nebraska admitted as a state.
1871 Greeley County was created from "unorganized land" in Nebraska
Various decades
USGenWeb Census Project [organized by years] (white pages) > States > Nebraska > Years
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Various decades
USGenWeb Census Project [organized by locality] (blue pages) > States > Nebraska > Greeley Co.
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1880 USGenWeb Archives: Nebraska Archives
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T9-749 1880 Census: Franklin (cont 44/1 - end), Frontier, Furnas, Gage, Gosper, Greeley, and Hall Counties
1881 While not a census, this lists names
1881 Tax Payers List for Greeley Co.
1882 "History of Nebraska" list of Greeley Co. names prior to 1882 [not census] off site
1883 1883 Military Pensioners for Greeley Co. off site
1885 1885 Nebr. Agricultural Census.
M352-23 1885 State Census: Garfield, Gosper, and Greeley Counties membership required for this 1885 Greeley Co. census online

1890 1890 NE Census, Greeley Co. Veteran's Schedule
14,423 ed229.txt
 8,742 ed230.txt
12,949 ed231.txt
11,453 ed232.txt
10,171 ed233.txt
19,421 ed234.txt
11,885 ed235.txt
12,575 ed236.txt

M123-37 1890 Veteran's Census: Antelope, Arthur, Banner, Blaine, Boone, Box Butte, Brown, Buffalo, Burt, Cedar, Cherry, Cheyenne, Colfax, Cuming, Custer, Dakota, Dawes, Dawson, Deuel, Dixon, Dodge, Garfield, Grant, Greeley, Hall, Holt, Hooker, Howard, Keith, Keya Paha, Kimball, Knox, Lincoln, Logan, Loup, McPherson, Madison, Merrick, Nance, Perkins, Pierce, Platte, Rock, Scotts Bluff, Sheridan, Sherman, Sioux, Stanton, Thomas, Thurston, Valley, Washington, Wayne, and Wheeler Counties [see if Greeley Co. is there]

While not a census, this Gazetteer lists names
1890-91 Greeley Co. Businesses & Farmers
1890-1891 Nebraska State Gazetteer (at NEGenWeb)

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1891 Scroll and look for Greeley Co. (publications--not surnames)
Rosters - 1891 Vet Census Extracts from NSGS (publication series)
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1893 1893 Nebr. Census of CW Veterans (scroll and look for Greeley Co town names)

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1900 T623-928 1900 Census: Gage (part: ED 40, sheet 9-end), Garfield, Gosper, Grant, Greeley, and Hall (part: ED 78, sheets 1-9) Counties
1910 T624-847 1910 Census: Garfield, Gosper, Grant, Greeley, Hall, Hamilton, Hayes, Harlan, and Hitchcock Counties
1910 Homestead Twp. Greeley Co. NE census

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1920 T625-991 1920 Census: Dundy EDs 49-54, 211, 55), Greeley (EDs 132-139), Howard (EDs 157-165), Garden (EDs 277, 121-122, 278, 123-125), Garfield (EDs 126-129) and Jefferson (EDs 96-112, 229) Counties
1920 Homestead Twp. Greeley Co. NE census

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1930 1930 NE Census: Microfilm was released on 1 April 2002. You can learn about it at

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