by Tad Evans
This is a new series. The first of which is the 1930 Census Dodge County. Volume I contains 22,000 names in 762 pages. This is perhaps the most important census of Dodge County, taken as it was 76 years ago, which is now approximately the mid point of the countie's existance. These are people in the census that were alive at the creation of the county and there are people in the census alive today ( including yours truly).
The census is broken down by 14 Militia Districts and seven towns. Also shown is the village of Cottondale, the Dodge County jail inmates and the inmates of the county convict camp. The census is broken down by race.
To improve accuracy, questionable names were crossed checked against huge data base maintained by the writer. An accuaracy exceeding 99% was obtained.
Vol.# dates names pages cost Qty
1 1880 6,400 269 $40.00 3
II 1900 14,500 434 $40.00 1
III 1910 20,700 712 $40.00 3
IV 1920 23,700 806 $40.00 8
V 1930 2,200 762 $40.00 6