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Census plays a typical role in counting and recording population statistics of every state in USA. Federal Enumeration of Wyoming State was first conducted in the year 1870 and since then it has been taken every 10 years. However, the 1890 WY census records were destroyed in the 1921 ware house fire. Fortunately, special Veterans and Widows census schedules are the only surviving records. State censuses for Wyoming were taken in 1875 and 1878 (both incomplete).
The population of the state was 563,626 (approx) on April 1, 2010, which was an increase of 14.1% from the 2000 Census.
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Almost every person relies on census records for finding information related to their families. Over the years, it has been a great resource of detailed family history information. Many interesting facts can be learned from censuses of some decades ago. Moreover, it is helping genealogists and others to carry genealogy research.
Census information archive provides valuable clues such as: names of family members, age, relationships, address, home details, birth place, parents' names, marital status, physical description, education, employment status, whether in military, if foreign born then year of arrival to America, citizenship details, naturalization year, number of farm schedule and several others.