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Cumberland County, NC
The 1800 Census recorded information from states and territories in the United States. The new states of Kentucky and Tennessee were included, as well as the Northwest Territory and territories of Indiana and Mississippi. Although the District of Columbia had already been formed, it did not have a separate census. Residents were either recorded as part of the Maryland or Virginia statistics
However, records were lost from the 1800 census for Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia, and in most of the territories. There are 12 States with surviving censuses, they are Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont. Although the original data is lost, most have been recreated from other records.