The farm schedules were seperate documents that kept information on
the various types of crops, land held, and such. The numbers you see
on the census form correspond to the entry number in the seperate farm
schedule records, so what you see on the census sheets doesn't
actually tell you that much as it's a cross referencing index kind of
So, the next question you probably are asking is how you can get a
hold of the farm schedules. The answer is you can't. As far as I know
they no longer exist. In any event they're not available anywhere.
--- In TexasCzechs@yahoogroups.com
, "Richard Martin" <Martin1019@p...>
> I realize this is an obscure request, but I am looking for farm
> codes for the Census Reports starting from 1880 to 1930.
> I am curious to know what kind of crops (if that is what they
> family raised.
> Thank you,