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U.S. Marshals

U.S. marshals and their assistants conducted the population, economic, and agriculture censuses from the 1790 through 1870 Censuses. Specially-hired and trained enumerators began collecting census data beginning in 1880.

Learn more about the marshals who conducted the United States censuses from 1790 through 1870 at the U.S. Marshals Service Website.

Introduction
Introductory Text

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William Blount
William Blount, Southwest Territory

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Henry Dearborn
Henry Dearborn, Maine (1790)

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Allan McLane
Allan McLane, Delaware (1790)

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John Skinner
John Skinner, North Carolina (1790)

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Nathaniel Ramsay
Nathaniel Ramsay, Maryland (1790)

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William Smith
William Smith, New York (1790)

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Thomas Lowrey
Thomas Lowrey, New Jersey (1790)

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Conclusion
Concluding Text

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Robert Forsyth
Robert Forsyth, Georgia (1790)

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Edward Carrington
Edward Carrington, Virginia (1790)

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Philip Bradley
Philip Bradley, Connecticut (1790)

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Jonathan Jackson
Jonathan Jackson, Massachusetts (1790)

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Samuel McDowell
Samuel McDowell, Kentucky (1790)

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Lewis R. Morris
Lewis R. Morris, Vermont (1790)

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Lewis R. Morris
Lewis R. Morris, Vermont (1790)

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Thomas Lowrey
Thomas Lowrey, New Jersey (1790)

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William Peck
William Peck, Rhode Island (1790)

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Isaac Huger
Isaac Huger, South Carolina (1790)

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Clement Biddle
Clement Biddle, Pennsylvania (1790)

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John Parker
John Parker, New Hampshire (1790)

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William Peck
William Peck, Rhode Island (1790)

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