||The 1852 census included columns for "Colored Males" and "Colored Females," but none were listed for any of the townships.
CENSUS TIPS: The Soundex system began during Franklin Roosevelt's presidency. The FDA employed workers who made a filing card for each household and listed every person in the census. Information on the cards includes: name, age, location, birthday and relationship to the head of household. Surnames were coded by giving a numerical value to each letter of the alphabet. The Soundex lists the census schedule county and page of all persons with the same code.