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Lewis County, Washington
Year & Subdistricts* Links NARA Roll Transcription
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*These incluse Township, Precinct, City, Town, Village, District, Division, and Ward.
From 1880 on, enumeration has been done by ED, or enumeration district.
March 1849
Territorial
    Census 
Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Transcribed by:
Nancy Prevost
The Complete Census of what is now the State of Washington is Clark and Lewis County Oregon. In 1850, these two counties comprised the northern half of Oregon Territory.
Full 1850 Oregon Territory Census
1860 Images M653-1398 ACP Standard Census 
Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Online Link to us-census.org
1860
Mortality
  A1154-3 Available For Transcription Online Link to us-census.org
1861
Territorial
    Census 
Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Transcribed by:
Kevin Fraley
1870 Images M593-1683 Available For Transcription Online Link to us-census.org
1870
Mortality
    Available For Transcription Online Link to us-census.org
1880
SD 143/ED 18
  T9-1397 ACP Standard Census Transcription in the USGenWeb Archives Available For
2nd Transcription
1880
SD/ED 19
  T9-1397 Available For Transcription  
1880
Mortality
    Available For Transcription Online Link to us-census.org
The Washington 1890 Federal Population Schedules were completely destroyed by fire in the Commerce Department Building in January 1921. The Special Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows in Washington do survive, shown below.
1890 Veteran
SD 1/EDs 72-80
  M123-108 Available For Transcription  
In 1900 the state of Washington was divided for enumeration purposes by the Census Bureau into two Supervisory Districts. SD 1 consisted of all counties west of the Cascade Mountains, SD 2 of all counties east of the Cascade Mountains.
1900
SD 1/EDs 123-126
  T623-1746 Available For Transcription  
1900
SD 1/ED 127
  T623-1746
& 1747
Available For Transcription  
1900
SD 1/EDs 128-135
  T623-1747 Available For Transcription  
In 1910 the state of Washington was divided for enumeration purposes by the Census Bureau into three Supervisory Districts. SD 1 consisted of northwestern counties, SD 2 of southwestern counties, and SD 3 of eastern counties.
1910
SD 2/EDs 123-152
Images T624-1666 Available For Transcription  
1920
SD 3/EDs 107-153
  T625-1933 Available For Transcription  
1930
21-1 to 21-90
  T626-2507 Available For Transcription  
1940
21-1 to 21-4
  T627-4350 Available For Transcription  
1940
21-5A to 21-5B
  T627-4350 Available For Transcription  
1940
21-6 to 21-46
  T627-4350 Available For Transcription  
1940
21-47 to 21-93
  T627-4351 Available For Transcription  
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