Kansas Territorial Settlers of 1860, who Were Born in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina: A Compilation with Historical Annotations and Editorial Comment (Google eBook)
If your ancestor migrated westward from one of the aforementioned states prior to the Civil War, this may be the book you've been looking for. Based on a unique W.P.A. index to the 1860 Kansas territorial census, it lists 9,358 Kansans identified as having been born in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, or South Carolina. Information given on each person includes name, age, sex, occupation, and the volume and page number of the original census schedule, as well as an indication of the county, township, and post office of residence in Kansas.This volume is also available on our Family Archive CD 7508.
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