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Hawaii Censuses: 1890

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Hawaiʻi Census Data and Reports, 1890

Hawaiʻi Census, 1890 - Data

Census of the Hawaiian Islands, 1890.
UHM Call Number: Microfilim V10636. Enumeration sheets.
Hawaii Census, 1890.
UHM Call Numbers: Microfilm S10706 and Microfilm V10706. Enumeration sheets.

Hawaiʻi Census, 1890 - Reports

Hawaii. General Superintendent of the Census. Report of the General Superintendent of the Census, 1890. Honolulu: R. Grieve, 1891.
Online: http://www.archive.org/details/reportgeneralsu00educgoog. Click on the "Read Online" link. Also available at the UHM Library, UHM Call Numbers: HA4007 .H22 1890 and Microfilm S01346 item 3.
Hawaii. General Superintendent of the Census. Report of the General Superintendent of the Census, 1890. Honolulu: R. Grieve, 1891.
UHM Call Numbers: HA4007 .H22 1890 and Microfilm S01346 item 3. Also available online, at archive.org.
Hawaii. Dept. of Public Instruction. Hoike no Elua Makahiki a ka Peresidena o ka Papa Hoonaauao. Honolulu: Dept. of Public Instruction, 1853-1896.
UHM Call Numbers: L777 .B2 and Microfilm S50631. Kingdom-era census reports were issued within this biennial report. For locations of specific census reports, see Schmitt, Robert C. Demographic Statistics of Hawaii, 1778-1965. Honolulu: UH Press, 1968, p. 258-261.
Hawaii. Dept. of Public Instruction. Report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.
UHM Call Numbers: Microfilm S50631. Kingdom-era census reports were issued within this biennial report. Paper copies are in fragile condition, so microfilm must be used. For locations of specific census reports, see Schmitt, Robert C. Demographic Statistics of Hawaii, 1778-1965. Honolulu: UH Press, 1968, p. 258-261.

What Am I Looking At?

Generally, after censuses are conducted, information gathered falls in two groups:

  1. the data sets
  2. the reports which interpret and analyze these data sets

The lists on this page provide links to a selection of reports, and data sets and/or enumeration sheets for Hawaiʻi censuses.

Enumeration Sheets

Enumeration sheets are the forms used by census enumerators to gather information from people. Information may include the following: the person's name, place of residence, sex, age, occupation, educational level, language spoken, country of origin.

For privacy reasons, the U.S. Census Bureau does not release enumeration sheets until 72 years after the census has been conducted. The most recent enumeration sheets available for Hawaiʻi are from the 1940 decennial census, released in 2012. Enumeration sheets from the 1950 decennial census are scheduled to be released n 2022.

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