The first census of Washington county was taken in the fall of 1849 and showed the following results:

Males, 821; females, 291; total, 1,112.

Of this number, males, 455; females, 154;. total, 609, were residing in the town of Stillwater.

Hence the number of males, 366; females, 137; total, 503; was the county population outside of Stillwater.*

1850 Federal Census
1850 Federal Census for Marine, Stillwater and St. Croix Precincts
1860 Federal Census Mortality Schedule
1870 Federal Census Mortality Schedule
1880 Federal Census Mortality Schedule
1890 Federal Special Veterans Census
  • Afton and Lakeland
  • Baytown
  • Denmark
  • Forest Lake and Oneka
  • Marine
  • Newport
  • Oakdale
  • St. Paul Park and Cottage Grove
  • Stillwater
  • Woodbury

  • *Source: History of Washington County and the St. Croix Valley by Rev. Edward D. Neill, 1881

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