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State of Iowa
Official State Seal

Population:
3,555,002

Under 18:
711,403

Over 65:
438,448

Employed:
2,293,027

Land in SM:
55,869.36

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Acres of Farms:
31,490,729

Births:
39,311

Deaths:
27,811

Infant Deaths:
119

Property Crime:
72,689

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Searching the Ancestry.com 1925 Iowa State Census
The Iowa state census has a lot of information not found in the federal census. If you have ancestors or relatives that have lived in Iowa, you will want to take advantage of this free access to the state census available until the ...
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Exhibitor Profile-SAR Operation Ancestor Search - NGS ...
Operation Ancestor Search is a free program of the National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR) that provides genealogy research assistance and training to wounded warriors, their families, and ...
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Ancestor Search Blog: My First Census Whack!
So if you are looking for a 20 year old farm laborer born in Iowa about 1910, who was probably either in hiding or had a sense of humor or whose name might have sounded like Barney Google to the census taker, whose ...
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An Iowa Farmer: Clues from the Agricultural Schedule ...
When Hiram H. Hammond of Postville, Allamakee, Iowa died in 1896 at the age of eighty-three, the local newspaper stated, “By constant application to his farm and frugal habits, Mr. Hammond acquired a comfortable competency.”1 Although it is believed that he was born in Belmont ... Search for your ancestor through “Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880” on Ancestry.com. Be aware that the agricultural schedules may span two ...
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