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Portrait of a Town: 1790

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Description

This is the first United States Census information for the Town of Harrison, New York, dated 1790. It gives family names and corresponding data for each family. Highlighted are the names of "All other free persons" and the number of free people in their households. The name Zingo referred to Zingo Stout, whom Dr. Edythe A. Quinn considered the African founding father of The Hills.

Creator

United States Census Bureau

Date

1790

Subject

1790 Census

The Hills Harrison New York

Publisher

Government Printing Office

Type

Text

Format

Book

Source

Heads of Families At The First Census Of The United States Taken In The Year 1790 New York. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., c1907, p.199.

Language

en-US

Rights

This material may be protected by the U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.). Fair use of this content is permitted as defined by copyright law. Responsibility for determining fair use lies with the user. The user is responsible for any claims that may arise.

Citation

United States Census Bureau, “Portrait of a Town: 1790,” Harrison Remembers, accessed August 13, 2022, https://www.harrisonpl.org/harrison-remembers/items/show/89.

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