THE U.S. 1860 CENSUS PROJECT
This project is dedicated to the late Dr. Michael Austin who, with members of AFGS and AFAOA, initiated the project in 2009-2010. In 2011, AFAOA members (particularly Helen Cook Austin) have completed the transcribing, compiling, and web page preparation for the remaining states.
Alabama Helen Cook Austin
May 2010
Mississippi Gaylord G. Martin, Jr.
May 2010
Arkansas Charles W. Austin
May 2010
Missouri Cheryl Austin Riordan
May 2010
California Charles W. Austin
May 2010
New Hampshire Helen Cook Austin
October 2011
Connecticut Cheryl Austin Riordan
May 2010
New Jersey Helen Cook Austin
October 2011
Delaware Helen Cook Austin
April 2010
New York Cheryl Austin Riordan
October 2010
District of Columbia Helen Cook Austin
May 2010
North Carolina Leigh Leonard Smith
May 2010
Florida Helen Cook Austin
May 2010
Ohio Cheryl Austin Riordan
August 2010
Georgia Helen Cook Austin
May 2010
Oregon Helen Cook Austin
August 2010
Illinois Cheryl Austin Riordan
August 2010
Pennsylvania Helen Cook Austin
June 2001
Indiana Helen Cook Austin
Sept. 2011
Rhode Island Arthur M. Sikes, Jr.
October 2011
Iowa Helen Cook Austin
May 2010
South Carolina Helen Cook Austin
June 2010
Kentucky Helen Cook Austin
August 2010
Tennessee Helen Cook Austin
June 2010
Louisiana Gaylord G. Martin, Jr.
August 2010
U.S. Territories Helen Cook Austin
October 2011
Maine Bonnie Austin Bigolin
August 2010
Texas Helen Cook Austin
June 2010
Maryland Helen Cook Austin
August 2010
Vermont Carol R. Austin
June 2010
Massachusetts Carol R. Austin
January 2009
Virginia Helen Cook Austin
June 2010
Michigan Helen Cook Austin
October 2011
Wisconsin Cheryl Austin Riordan
June 2010
Minnesota Helen Cook Austin
October 2011

NOTES:

 

1.

The numbers preceding each household are the enumeration date, the page number, the dwelling number and the family number. After the listing of household members, occupations, the dollar value of the head of household's real estate (R.E.),and the dollar value of their Personal Estate (P.E.) are shown. Some transcribers substituted proper name information from the 1850 or 1870 U.S. Census for initials that were used on the 1860 Census.
 

2.

  U.S. 1860 Slave Schedule Census data [in Boldface] were added for slave owners in the Southern States