1830 United States Census

The United States Census 1830 was the fifth census in the USA since 1790. As a result, the count was 1 June for the U.S. to date in 1830 identified a total population of 12,866,020 inhabitants, of which 2,009,043 were slaves. A total of 24 states included this census.

The data contain information on the name of the family head, the residential address, number of free white persons (men and women by age groups as in the censuses before), number of slaves and colored persons by age group, blind (no age groups), deaf and feeble-minded persons ( according to three age groups) as well as foreigners.

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