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The Oregon Territorial Legislature created Pierce County on December 22, 1852. It is named in honor of Franklin Pierce, the newly-elected president of the United States.
There are 28,734 names listed on this census.
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1889 Pierce County Census. ONLINE. 2009. Washington Secretary of State.
Transcribed by Margaret Strueby, Cathlamet, WA; Stan Staniforth, Bellevue, WA; Eileen Dodge, Olympia, WA; Judy McMillan, Portland, OR; Gene Burt, Seattle, WA; Barbara Colwell, Yelm, WA; Jenell Reeve, Redmond, WA; Carylon Jahoula-Garrett, Olympia, WA: Carl Seaburg, Olympia, WA: Sandra King, Coulee Dam, WA; Jarlee Mc Cormick, Chehalis, WA; Sue Countryman, Yuba City, CA; Vicki Thauvin, Everett, WA; Carylon Viuhkola, Clatskanie, OR; Dorothy Selby, Mountlake Terrace, WA. Proofread by Scott Darling, Spokane, WA; Debbie Eustice, Des Moines, WA; Ann Stroupe, Federal Way, WA; Edie Denny, Lakewood, WA: Joshua Matthews, Olympia, WA; Eunice Hallett, Benton City, WA; Denise Butler, Donna Turben, Touchet, WA; Cindy Bleazard, Pasco, WA.
Available Online: http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov
Source: Pierce county census microfilm [microform]. Olympia: Washington State Archives, .
Original census material held by the Washington State Library.