Census Cross-Reference Microfilm

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Nova Scotia Census on Microfilm

Nova Scotia Census Returns for 1838,1851 and 1861 include the name of the head of household and statistical information on other residents.

Census Returns for 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901 are nominal returns, meaning every name is recorded. Indexes are increasingly being made available for some counties and for some years but are not included on the films.

In later years smaller communities would grow to the point where they became separate enumeration districts, while the same community would have been included as part of a larger district previously. When two film numbers are given for a community in the same year, it generally indicates that the census schedule in continued on the second reel.

**NSARM is the Nova Scotia Archives and Records Management in Halifax, films do not circulate.

**FHL is the Family History Library catalog number for use when ordering the film at any of the more than 2500 Family History Centres operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints worldwide.

**NAC is the National Archives and Library of Canada film number for use when ordering the film at a public library or archives with an inter-institutional loan agreement.

Locality County Year NSARM FHL NAC

Middle River Victoria 1871 13640 0493612 C-10566
Middle River Victoria 1881 13646 1375802 C-13166
Middle River Victoria 1891 13671 1465746 T-6321
Middle River Victoria 1901 575 1 843538 T-6456

Monro's Point, St. Ann's Victoria 1871 13641 0493612 C-10567
Munro's Point, Baddeck Victoria 1861 13602 0865088 M-878

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