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The United States Census of 1900 is the 12th federal census of Washington State since the creation of Washington Territory in 1853. Enumerators were given one month, starting on June 1, 1900, to travel around the state and collect census information. The completed sheets were then sent to the United States Census Bureau. This census also includes a modified form of Schedule 1 to be used in the enumeration of Indians living on reservations.
There are 13,463 names listed on this census.
Database: 1900 Federal Census. ONLINE. 2010. Washington Secretary of State. Transcribed by the following members of the Yakima Valley Genealogical Society: Gertrude Carlson , Edna McClenaghan , Stanley McCormick , Florence Smith, Ann Yeager , Barbara Reich, Alice Wright, Jack Lines,Robert Davis , Shirley Swart , Vivien Turneaure, Iva Denny, and Anita Giles. Proofread by Sue Ericksen and Frank McLean.
Available at: http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov
Source: 12th census, 1900, http://www.sos.wa.gov/library/catalog.aspx - 12th census of population, 1900, Washington [microform] / [United States Census Office] Pub Info Washington, D.C. : Bureau of the Census, Micro-Film Laboratory, [196-?] Twelfth census of population (1900), Washington Population schedules of the twelfth census of the United States 1900, Washington, 14 microfilm reels ; 35 mm.