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Re: Panola County Census, before 1850
Posted by: Andy (ID *****4692) Date: February 23, 2009 at 10:28:43
In Reply to: Panola County Census, before 1850 by Josh Taylor of 455

There aren't any census records before 1850, since Texas was not part of the US in 1840. However, tax rolls were compiled annually, even in the 1840s. The state microfilmed these in the 1970s. Several of the major libraries in Texas have copies. The state library in Austin used to sell the microfilm rolls, but I'm not sure if they still do or not.


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