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The 1930 census is the most recent census schedule that is currently available. The 1890 census, as with most counties in the United States, was destroyed in a fire. However, the 1895 state census survived.

Starting with the 1850 census, all individuals living in the household were to be listed; previously, only the heads of households were listed. Statewide indexes are available for the 1840, 1850, 1860 and 1870 census enumerations. The 1880, 1900, 1910 and 1920 enumerations are soundexed. The Southeastern Michigan Genealogical Society has also the schedules for various counties, including the 1895 State Census, mentioned above.

If you would like to volunteer to transcribe a Kalkaska County census, please click HERE

The links below represent online material that has been collected and previously transcribed. As with any secondary source material, it is recommended that you review the original before drawing final conclusions.

Online Index - 1870 Michigan Census
includes (some) links to scanned images of census pages at the State Library of Michigan.

Census abstraction forms can be downloaded here

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