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The following questions were those included on the Population Schedule for the 1800 Census.

  • Name of Head of Household (First / Last)
  • Number of Free White Males: under 10 years old
  • Number of Free White Males: over 10 and under 16
  • Number of Free White Males: over 16 and under 26
  • Number of Free White Males: over 26 and under 45
  • Number of Free White Males: over 45
  • Number of Free White Females: under 10 years old
  • Number of Free White Females: over 10 and under 16
  • Number of Free White Females: over 16 and under 26
  • Number of Free White Females: over 26 and under 45
  • Number of Free White Females: over 45
  • All Free Persons of Color
  • Slaves of All Ages

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