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1880 census of Disabled, ..., .... (DDD)?
Posted by: Jenny Graham (ID *****7819) Date: July 10, 2002 at 11:08:01
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I heard there is a special 1880 census of persons in asylums, prisons, etc., called the DDD. I can't recall what each D stands for, but I think one of them is for "Disabled". How does one get access to that census? Is it indexed in any way?
Thanks.
- Jenny G.
Jenny.D.Graham@saic.com


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