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Re: National Military Home - 1895, 1900, and 1905 censuses.
Posted by: Arlen Flanagan (ID *****2887) Date: August 11, 2007 at 17:26:17
In Reply to: National Military Home - Charles Waldmiller by Diana Bivona of 484

The other replier was wrong. Kansas has many stated funded mid decade censuses from 1865 thru 1925. These are on microfilm. The library and I both have a collection. My friend E.V.E. and I both have microfilm readers. We made a yet unpublised census index of Lv. Co. However, the state did not attempt to take a census of people living on federal lands, like the V.A., nor Federal Penn., nor Ft. Lv. in 1895. I don't recall if they included them in 1905. However, many vet.s prefer to live off V.A. grounds for several reasons, but got/get treatment and RXs from the V.A. The V.A. might have paid to ship the body. Alcohol drinks have long be prohibted on the grounds.

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