What is a Census Population Schedule?
The Census Population Schedules (also called the enumeration schedules or federal manuscript census) list the information collected by the census about individuals, including their names, occupations, etc. It is released 72 years after each census.
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This guide provides a summary of the U.S. Census population schedules for Maryland available in the Maryland Room at Hornbake Library. The Maryland Room does not have population schedules for other states.
For more detail, consult the detailed guide available at the Maryland Room Reference Desk.
Other Census Information
For aggregate information from the census (population of towns, number of farmers in a county, etc.) see:
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