Seneca of Cattaragus Section of the Population Census of Indian Reservations, 1845.

Title page of the 1845 census section for the Seneca of Cattaragus Reservation. This section forms part of the enumeration of the population of New York State Indian Reservations (except Long Island).

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Page two consists of the original title page to the Seneca of Cattaragus section of the census volume.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Page one of printed version of an act passed May 7, 1845 establishing the New York State census of 1845. Entitled "AN ACT Relative to the Census or Enumeration of the Inhabitants of the State." The Act gives instructions on how the census is to be carried out.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

The second page relating to an Act passed May 7, 1845 establishing the 1845 New York census and providing instructions for how it is to be carried out. Printed.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page one of six-page schedule. A listing, in no particular order, of English-language names of Seneca Indian heads of households. There are mostly English names listed though, in a few cases, the Seneca name is given. Other columns provide information on the number of males and females in each family as well as the number of married females under 45 and the number of unmarried females in the family between the ages of 16 and 45. Manuscript [handwritten] data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page two of six-page schedule. Columns of data include statistics on reservation families e.g. number of unmarried females under 16, number of marriages, births, and deaths, number of family members born in New York and elsewhere. Manuscript (handwritten) data on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page three of six-page schedule. Data categories include statistics on reservation households e.g. number of children between 5-16, number of children attending various levels of school and economic activities for each household e.g. home textile manufacturing, land under cultivation for barley, peas and beans. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page four of six-page schedule. Data categories cover cultivation and agricultural production e.g. potatoes, wheat, oats planted and harvested; number of cattle horses and hogs and butter/cheese produced. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page five of six-page schedule. Additional handwritten data categories concerned with cultivation and land use e.g. number of plows, value of horticultural products, lands let, number of persons from other tribes (tenants? laborers?) and others. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Schedule data, page six of six-page schedule. Handwritten data categories include occupation and education statistics e.g. number of residents in various occupations [mechanics, farmers, physicians, teachers, translators] and level of education. Statistics on ?morality? include number of persons adhering to native religions and who are pledged to temperance. Data categories also include the number of state and federal annuities received. Manuscript (handwritten) form. Legibility of information is poor.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Recapitulation of preceding schedule data in column format. Aggregate population data includes number of males and females, number of births and deaths, number of children in school, agricultural yields, number of persons in various trades and professions e.g. farmers, teachers, translators,mechanics, and semi-hunters. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Concludes recapitulation of schedule data and gives gross amount of annuities received from the Unites States and New York State. Manuscript (handwritten) on printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

Contains Henry Schoolcraft?s signature and affirmation of the accuracy of the preceding enumeration. Dated October 31st, 1845. Manuscript (handwritten) added to printed form.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Schedule covers manufacturing activities.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Schedule covers manufacturing activities.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Schedule covers manufacturing activities.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Schedule covers number and care of disabled persons.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Schedule covers number and care of disabled persons.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Data categories include number of churches, denominations as well as associated construction and improvement costs.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.

No entries recorded - blank page. Data categories include number of churches, denominations as well as associated construction and improvement costs.

Henry Schoolcraft, a state-appointed census taker and Marshall for all the reservations except the St. Regis. Each census schedule is signed and notarized by Schoolcraft on October 31st, 1845. Occasional notes are provided to explain the data.
Identifier
NYSA_A1832-78_SenecaofCattaragus
Date
1845
Contributor
Schoolcraft, Henry, 1793-1864
Language
English
Source
New York State Archives, A1832-78, Seneca of Cattaragus Reservation, p.1
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