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1880 Federal Census
 
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South Carolina: State 1788

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1880 Federal Census - Population Schedules
487 Enumeration Districts
In 1880 the state of South Carolina was divided for enumeration purposes by the Census Bureau into three Supervisory Districts. SD 1 consisted of the northwestern counties of the state, SD 2 of counties in southern South Carolina, and SD 3 of northeastern South Carolina. The counties contained in each district are listed below. Please click on the SD that the county you want is in.
Location of original 1880 schedules: Unknown
Supervisory District 1

170 Enumeration Districts

Abbeville
Anderson
Chester
Edgefield
Fairfield
Greenville
Laurens
Newberry
Oconee
Pickens
Spartanburg
Union
York

Supervisory District 2

175 Enumeration Districts

Aiken
Barnwell
Beaufort
Charleston
Colleton
Hampton
Lexington
Orangeburg
Richland

Supervisory District 3

142 Enumeration Districts

Chesterfield
Clarendon
Darlington
Georgetown
Horry
Kershaw
Lancaster
Marion
Marlboro
Sumter
Williamsburg

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