Native Americans in the Federal Decennial Census 1790-1930
The National Archives describes the instructions given to enumerators concerning American Indians in the Federal census for each of the decennial censuses.
American Indians in the Federal Decennial Census 1790-1930
All of the Federal Census records are available on microfilm at The Genealogy Center
Federal Census Records
1900 Federal Census Indian Population Schedule
1910 Federal Census Indian Population Schedule
Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940
The National Archives describes the Indian Census rolls
American Indian Census
Microfilm roll numbers can be searched online at Internet Archive The actual images are viewable and can be downloaded.
An online INDEX to microfilm roll numbers by tribes is available at Access Genealogy
A printed INDEX to microfilm roll numbers by tribe is available in The Source, A Guidebook to American Genealogy, p. 821-32, located at The Genealogy Center reference desk.
Search by name at Ancestry.com Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940
Five Civilized Tribes
The Five Civilized Tribes include Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek (Muscogee), and Seminole. Along with census rolls, removal and annuity rolls were created throughout their history and act as census rolls for the tribes. Many of these rolls are available at The Genealogy Center.
Census of Creek Indians, 1832
Other Census Records Available at The Genealogy Center
More Census Records
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