1800 United States Census

The United States Census 1800 was the second census in the United States since that of ten years earlier. As a result of counting a total population of 5,308,483 inhabitants, was determined for the United States to date, August 4, 1800, of which 893 602 were slaves. First time, the District of Columbia was included.

The data contain information on the name of the head of household, number of free white persons (men and women) - by age groups broken down (<10, 10-15, 16-25, 26-44, 45 and older), number of free persons, number of slaves, town or district and sometimes residence or residential district.

The census data in the states of Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee and Virginia were lost 1790-1830.