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New Mexico Territory was established in 1850 and included present day Colorado and Arizona.  Colorado Territory was separated from New Mexico Territory in 1861 and from Arizona Territory in 1863.  These facts are significant when searching genealogical & census records in these areas during these time periods.

Federal Colorado census records begin in 1870 and continue every 10 years including census years: 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920 & 1930.  You may also find early Colorado residents in the 1850 and 1860 Federal census records for New Mexico. See 1790-1940 US Census Records at Ancestry.

1890 Colorado Federal Census records were destroyed by a 1921 warehouse fire including the Veterans and Widows schedules. See A Fire Destroyed The 1890 Census & Bridging the 1890 Census Gap.

Soundex code indexes for Federal Colorado census records are available on microfilm for census years: 1880, 1900 and 1920.

Colorado state census records are known to exist for years: 1861, 1866 (partial) and 1885. See 1885 State Census of Colorado at Ancestry

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Vital Records

Colorado Dept of Health
4300 Cherry Creek Dr South
HSVRD-VS-A1
Denver, CO 80246-1530
Phone: (303) 692-2224
Info Line: (303) 756-4464

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Birth Records after 1910 are on file in the Dept. of Health above.

Birth Records before 1910 are minimal and are on file with the County Registrars of each respective county.

Death Records after 1900 are on file in the Dept. of Health above.

Death Records before 1900 are minimal and are on file with the County Registrars of each respective county.

Marriage records are on file with the Clerk of District Court in each respective county.  A few exist as early as 1860 but in general, they were not kept until after 1881.

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(Territory: 1861.  Statehood 1876)


Statewide Colorado Census Records Online

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1860 Census of Colorado and Unorganized Territory

1870 Federal Census Index - Statewide

1870 Federal Census Index and 1870 Census Images

1880 Federal Census - Search and View the images

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1900 Federal Census Index and 1900 Census Images

1904-1908 Ute Census of Navajo Springs

1910 Federal Census Index

1920 Federal Census Index

1930 Federal Census Index at Family Search

1940 Federal Census Index and 1940 Census Images

Colorado Statewide Databases of Census Records & Genealogy Records

 

Other CO Statewide Genealogy Records Used as Census Substitutes

1898 Colorado Volunteers for the Spanish American War

Colorado Civil War Casualties - Statewide

 


CO Census Records Online by County

Logan County (formed 1887 from Weld)

No known census online.  Submit a census link!


Mesa County Census Records (formed 1883 from Gunnison)

1920-1934 Inheritance Tax Records


Mineral County Census Records (formed 1892 from Hinsdale)

Other Records

WWI Draft Registrations

1935-1936 Old Age Pensions


Moffatt County Census Records (formed 1911 from Routt)

Other Records

Early Settlers of Williams Fork

1912-1941 Naturalizations

1920-1943 Inheritance Tax Records

1940's Children of Veterans Card File

1941 Veteran Burials


Montezuma County Census Records (formed 1889 from La Plata)

No known census online.  Submit a census link!


Montrose County (formed 1883 from Gunnison)

Other Records

1883 Tax List

1915 Montrose High School Alumni

1917-1918 Draft Registrations surnames starting with:
[A-D]    [E-K]    [L-Q]    [R-Z

1937 Pea Green Junior High School Grads

1941 Olathe High School Grads


Morgan County (formed 1889 from Weld)

1920 Federal Census Extractions of Germans From Russia

Other Records

1933-1936 Old Age Pensions


Mountain County (once held both small counties of Clear Creek & Gilpin)


Otero County (formed 1889 from Bent)

1900, 1910 and 1920 Federal Census Indexes

1900 Federal Census Index

Other Records

Early Settlers

1904 La Junta Souvenir Book

1909-1910 City Directory of La Junta

1911 City Directories

1914 City Directory of Fowler

1914 City Directory of La Junta

1914 City Directory of Manzanola

1914 City Directory of Rocky Ford

1914 City Directory of Swink

1914 City Directory of Other Small Towns (not listed above)

1914 La Junta High School List

1915 La Junta High School List

1916 La Junta High School List


Ouray County (formed 1877 from Hinsdale & San Juan)

1880 Federal Census Index A-K

1880 Federal Census Index L-Z

1880 Federal Census Pages:
[153-158]    [159-165]    [166-172]    [174-178]    [178-182]

Other Records

WWI Draft Registrations Surnames A-K

WWI Draft Registrations Surnames L-Z


Park County (formed 1861 - Original County)

WWI Draft Registrations

Other Records

WWI Civilian Draft Registrations


Phillips County Census Records (formed 1889 from Logan)

1900 Federal Census Index - Surnames A-Hub

1900 Federal Census Index - Surnames Hube-Sti

1900 Federal Census Index - Surnames Ston-Zoll

1900 Federal Census of ED 190

1900 Federal Census of ED 191

1910 Federal Census Index - Surnames A-J

1910 Federal Census Index - Surnames K-Z

1910 Federal Census Records Transcription Pages 1A-5A

1910 Federal Census Records Transcription Pages 5B-8B

1910 Federal Census Records Transcription Pages 9A-11B

1910 Federal Census Records Transcription Pages 12A-15A

1920 Federal Census Index surnames starting with:
[A-C]    [D-H]    [I-M]    [N-S]    [T-Z]    
1920 Federal Census.  Pages: 
[1A-5B]    [6A-10A]    [11A-20A]    [21A-28B]    [29A-31A]    [32A-39B]
[40A-45A]    [45B-51B]    [52A-57A]    [58A-63A]    [40A-45A]    [ED Info]

1920 Federal Census Images

Other Records

1889 Southwestern Business Directory for McKenny

1911 Colorado Business Directory for Amherst

1911 Colorado Business Directory for Haxtun

1911 Colorado Business Directory for Holyoke

1911 Colorado Business Directory for Paoli


Pitkin County (formed 1881 from Gunnison)

Other Records

WWI Draft Registrations A-K

WWI Draft Registrations L-Z

1938-1956 Inheritance Tax Records


Platte County (formed 1872 from Weld.  In 1874 county dissolved and returned to Weld County.)  See Weld County


Prowers County Census Records (formed 1889 from Bent)

No known census online.  Submit a census link!


Pueblo County

1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule

1920 Federal Census of Lincoln Home for Aged and Children

1930 Federal Census Records Index and Transcription

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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