The 1890 US federal census is not available for genealogists to use, thanks to it being destroyed in a fire in the 1930s. This does not mean that all useful genealogical information between the 1880 and 1900 censuses is lost. There are a lot of alternate records genealogists can use to bridge the gap. Maps are one of them. This is how to use them to improve your 1890s genealogy research.
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