The first American census ever


WORLD'S FIRST AMERICAN CENSUS
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

When was the world's first American census?

Although the U.S. Census Bureau was not created until 1902, the first American census started on August 07 1790 and every ten years thereafter.

The official count was not calculated until March 01 1792 showing that the total population was 3,929,214.

The census covered only 12 states.

Indians were not included in the count.

Here are the questions asked on the 1790 census:

  • head of household.

  • number of free white males ages 16 and older.

  • number of free white males under the age of 16.

  • number of free white females.

  • number of all other free persons.

  • number of slaves.

The first American census ever

The first American census ever

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