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Census Schedules at UGA Libraries: Non-Population Schedules

Listing of the collections of historical Census schedules available at the UGA Libraries.

Information to be found in the non-population schedules

The agriculture census schedules list farms in each county. In addition to data on the livestock, crops, acreage, and value of the farm, the schedules give the name(s) of the owner, agent, or manager.

Similarly, the manufacturing census schedules provide details about the products and operations of manufacturing establishments as well as the name of the company or the name of the owner or manager.

The listings of agriculture and manufacturing establishments are grouped by county and district. 

For more detail as well as information about the availability of agriculture and manufacturing schedules by state see Nonpopulation Census Records of the National Archives and Records Administration.

 

where to find the non-population schedules

Ancestry Library Edition (in GALILEO@uga) provides the most complete collection digitally.  Available at all desktop computers in the Main & Science Libraries, CMC library, Miller Learning Center, and the Russell Special Collection Library. Temporarily available off campus to UGA faculty, students, and staff.

On the Ancestry Library Edition home page find the Search Census box and click Search Now. To browse the schedules in sequential order by county, scroll down to 'Included Data Collections' in the lower left and choose 'Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880'.  The 'Browse this collection' box will appear on the right side of the screen.  Just follow the steps.

Alternate way to access: Main Library basement, Microfilm cabinets.  Readers & digital scanner/printers are located near the elevators.  See the grid below for call numbers and holdings.

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reel guide to agricultural & manufacturing censuses

agriculture GA SC  
call number: FILM
HD
1775
.G4 A4
[year]
FILM
HA
622
.A2
1850
PT. 1
 
  7th census, 1850.
    reel 1. Appling-Crawford
    reel 2. Dade-Houston
    reel 3. Irwin-Putnam

reel 1. (1850), Abbeville-Lancaster
reel 2. (1850), Laurens-York

 
  8th census, 1860.
   reel 1. Appling-Fayette
   reel 2. Floyd-Murray
   reel 3. Muscogee-Worth
 reel 3. (1860), Abbeville-Fairfield
 reel 4. (1860), Georgetown-York
 
  9th census, 1870.
   reel 1. Appling-Jackson
   reel 2. Jasper-Worth
 reel 5. (1870), Abbeville-Horry
 reel 6. (1870), Kershaw-York
 
  10th census, 1880.
   reel 1. Appling-Butler
   reel 2. Calhoun-Clay
   reel 3. Clayton-Dodge
   reel 4. Dooly-Franklin
   reel 5. Fulton-Haralson
   reel 6. Harris-Laurens
   reel 7. Lee-Miller
   reel 8. Milton-Pickens
   reel 9. Pierce-Talbot
   reel 10. Taliaferro-Walker
   reel 11. Walton-Worth
reel 7. (1880), Abbeville-Anderson
reel 8. (1880), Barnwell-Charleston
reel 9. (1880), Chester-Colleto
reel 10. (1880), Darlington-Fairchild
reel 11. (1880), Georgetown-Horry
reel 12. (1880), Kershaw-Marion
reel 13. (1880), Marlboro-Orangeburg
reel 14. (1880), Pickens-Sumter
reel 15. (1880), Union-York
 
manufacturing GA SC  
call number FILM
HD
9727
.G4 A4
1880
FILM
HA
622
.A2
1850
PT. 2
 
  reel 1. 1880 Appling-Hall reel 1. 1850, 1860, 1870  
  reel 2. 1880 Hancock-Worth reel 2. 1880