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1790 Census Georgetown District, South Carolina, by Marvin A. Grant, Jr. © 2008

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A complete transcription of the 1790 census for Georgetown District South Carolina. This census listed the name of each head of household in the county and further enumerated each family by categories (males 16 and up, males under 16, females.) Free Colored Persons were listed in the "Other" column, and Slaves were listed in the slave column. This was the first census taken for the United States.

In 1790 Georgetown District covered a much larger area than today including all of the present day counties of Georgetown, Dillon, Horry, Marion and Williamsburg and about half of present day Florence County.


Physical Details:
Edition: Third (7 Feb 2008), originally published 2003.
Binding: Coil Bound (Plastic Coated Metal Coils.)
Pages: 100
Size: 8.5 x 11 in.
Library of Congress Control Number: Pending    
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