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TitleTypeSourceNote
Creek Census of Non-Citizens, Document 24942: Undated Census  Microfilm CRN 1
Oklahoma Historical Society
This census lists white and black non-citizens with place of residence in Creek Nation, number in family, name of employer and other statistics. Intruders in the nation are identified
Creek Census: Undated Census  Microfilm CRN 1 - Volume 20
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume lists family groups and shows the place of residence. Pages 162 and 163, dated Aug. 26, 1899 and Sep. 15, 1899, give probate case data
Index to the Upper Towns - Eastern Creeks Census  Microfilm T275
National Archives
Names and Claims of Creek Indians Who Moved at Their Own Expense, 1830-1840 and Stidham Roll, 1886 / by Larry S. Watson Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm Book
E99 .C9 N36
Creek Census taken by Benjamin S. Parsons and Thomas J. Abbott: Mar. 26, 1832 Census  Microfilm T275
National Archives
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 1-500 Census  Microfilm CRN 1 - Volume 84
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 1001-1500 Census  Microfilm CRN 1 - Volume 81
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 1501-2000 Census  Microfilm CRN 1 - Volume 86
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 2001-2500 Census  Microfilm CRN 2 - Volume 85
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 5001-5500 Census  Microfilm CRN 2 - Volume 82
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 501-1000 Census  Microfilm CRN 1 - Volume 65
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Creek Reservations under the Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832, Numbers 6001-6409 Census  Microfilm CRN 2 - Volume 83
Oklahoma Historical Society
This volume, one of a series of seven (dating from 1832 to the 1870s) records the names of tribal members with a legal description of the land location in Alabama reserved to them individually under the treaty. Names of purchasers of the tracts, amount paid and date of patent issue are also given
Volume CM3 - Index of Creek Land Transactions in Alabama: 1834-1857 Census  Microfilm CIMA 1 - Volume CM3
Creek Council House Museum
This volume contains records of land held under the Creek Reservation Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832 (7Stats. 366). It lists the names of reserves with occasional notations regarding death, heirs, and rejections of applications. Also given are the legal description of the land, names of purchasers, amount paid, and dates of sale and issuance of patents to buyers.
Volume CM8 - Index of Creek Land Transactions in Tallassee, Alabama: 1834-1876 Census  Microfilm CIMA1 - Volume CM8
Creek Council House Museum
This volume contains records of land held under the Creek Reservation Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832 (7Stats. 366). It lists the names of reserves with occasional notations regarding death, heirs, and rejections of applications. Also given are the legal description of the land, names of purchasers, amount paid, and dates of sale and issuance of patents to buyers.
Record of Issues to Indigent Refugee Creeks in the Chickasaw Nation: Mar. 31, 1865 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm CRN 6 - Volume 53
Oklahoma Historical Society
Dunn Roll: 1867 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA5
National Archives
Creek Per Capita Receipt Roll of 1867; Creek Freedmen Per Capita Receipt Roll of 1869
Dunn Rolls of 1867 - Citizens of the Creek Nation Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA44 - Volume 1
National Archives
Dunn Roll: 1869 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA5
National Archives
Creek Per Capita Receipt Roll of 1867; Creek Freedmen Per Capita Receipt Roll of 1869
Dunn Rolls of 1869 - Citizens of the Creek Nation Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA44 - Volume 1
National Archives
Census of Creek Orphans and Payment Under Treaty of 1832: Aug. 6, 1870 Census  Microfilm A41
National Archives
A correct roll of the Orphans of 1832 and their Heirs as certified to be to by the Principal Chief and the Chiefs of their respective towns in the Creek Nation at Okmulgee, Creek Nation on the 6th day of August, 1870
Creek-Orphan Payment, Documents 35325-35372: Mar. 9, 1870-Feb. 14, 1888 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm CRN 6
Oklahoma Historical Society
Documents include official correspondence pertaining to the Creek orphan claims (Treaty of Mar. 24, 1832); testimony of Supreme and District Courts involving disputed heirship and ownership; lists of orphans and towns; notification of payment, 1880 and 1883
Pension List, Muskogee Nation (F. B. Severs Collection, Volume 1): 1872-1874 Census  Microfilm CRN 2
Oklahoma Historical Society
In this volume people pensioned by reason of age or physical condition are listed by towns
Creek Census: 1882 Census  Microfilm 7RA43
National Archives
Creek Per Capita Payment: Jan. 25, 1883-Mar. 31, 1883 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm CRN 6 - Volume 70
Oklahoma Historical Society
Annuity Payment Roll of Creeks who were Orphans on Mar. 24, 1832 or their Legal Heirs, Jan. 25, 1883-Mar. 31, 1883
Annuity Payment Roll of Creeks who were Orphans on Mar. 24, 1832 or their Legal Heirs: June 16, 1885-July 2, 1889 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm CRN 6 - Section X-Creek-Per Capita
Oklahoma Historical Society
Names and Claims of Creek Indians Who Moved at Their Own Expense, 1830-1840 and Stidham Roll, 1886 / by Larry S. Watson Census  Microfilm Book
E99 .C9 N36
Creek Census: 1890 Census  Microfilm 7RA12.2
National Archives
Creek Census Roll: Feb. 19, 1891 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA207.1
National Archives
Payment Census
Creek Omitted Payment Roll: 1891 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA207.1
National Archives
Census of the Non-Citizens of the Muskogee Nation under Act of Council: Nov. 6, 1893 Census  Microfilm 7RA68.2
National Archives
Arkansas District, Creek Nation Census: 1892 Census  Microfilm CRN 2 - Volume 39
Oklahoma Historical Society
Creek-Census, Census of the Town of Wagoner, Indian Territory, Document 24930: Sep. 13, 1894 Census  Microfilm CRN 2
Oklahoma Historical Society
This roll lists principally non-citizens and notes spouse and number of children and job or profession
Census of Doubtful Citizens in Creek Nation: 1895 Census  Microfilm 7RA12.2
National Archives
Creek Census: 1895 Census  Microfilm 7RA12.2
National Archives
Creek Omitted and New Born Payment Roll: Dec. 4, 1895 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA12.1
National Archives
Creek Payment Roll (omitted): 1895 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA207.1
National Archives
Partial list of persons who were omitted from the 1895 payment roll of the Creek Nation, and claim to have received the per capita payment of that year, as per orders of the Creek Treasurer on file in this department.
Creek Payment Roll and Names on Creek Rolls not found on Census Cards: 1895 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA12.1
National Archives
Creek Payment Roll and Names on Creek Rolls not found on Census Cards: 1895 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA12.2
National Archives
Creek Supplemental Payment Roll: 1895 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA12.1
National Archives
Colbert Census of Creek Nation: 1896 Census  Microfilm 7RA69
National Archives
Colbert Census Roll, Creek Nation: 1896 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA12.1
National Archives
Creek Census of Non-Citizen, Cattlemen, and Roll of Shawnee Indians in Deep Fork District, Creek Nation, Document 24934: Aug. 5, 1897 Census  Microfilm CRN 2
Oklahoma Historical Society
This list gives a summary of the number of whites, blacks, and Shawnee Indians in Deep Fork District
Loyal Creek Payment Roll: 1903 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Loyal Creek Payment Roll: 1904 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA31
National Archives
Claims against the United States for property taken or destroyed during the Civil War
Loyal Creek Payment Roll: 1905 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm A43
National Archives
Claims against the United States for property taken or destroyed during the Civil War
Loyal Creek Payment Roll: 1905 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm A44
National Archives
Claims against the United States for property taken or destroyed during the Civil War
Creek and Seminole Rolls As approved by the Secretary of the Interior on or before Mar. 4, 1907 with supplements dated Sep. 25, 1914 Census  Microfilm T529.3
National Archives
Creek and Seminole Rolls As approved by the Secretary of the Interior on or before Mar. 4, 1907 with supplements dated Sep. 25, 1914 Census  Microfilm T529.3
National Archives
Equalization Payment to Creek Citizens: 1914 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Equalization Payment to Creek Freedmen: 1914 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Abstract of Creek in lieu of allotment of land payment: 1915 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Money Creek Equalization Payment - Restricted: 1915 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment - Restricted: 1915-1917 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.1
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment Abstract: 1916 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.2
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment: 1916-1919 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.2
National Archives
Creek Claims for Equalization of Allotment Payments under Provision of Act of May 25, 1918 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.3
National Archives
Index to Creek Equalization: 1918 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.2
National Archives
Payment Census
Returned Checks - Creeks Equalization: 1918 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.2
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment: 1919 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.3
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment: 1919-1920 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.4
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment: 1920-1921 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.5
National Archives
Creek Equalization Payment: 1921 Census 
(Payment Census)
Microfilm 7RA204.6
National Archives
Adopted Cherokees and Creeks who returned to their original tribes: 1933 Census  Microfilm Absentee Shawnee Family Register
Oklahoma Historical Society
Adopted Cherokees, Creeks, and others who remained with Absentee Shawnees: 1933 Census  Microfilm Absentee Shawnee Family Register
Oklahoma Historical Society
Seceded Shawnees who became Cherokees and Creeks: 1933 Census  Microfilm Absentee Shawnee Family Register
Oklahoma Historical Society



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About this Database

The records included on the American Indian Census list can be viewed on microfilm in the Oklahoma Historical Society Research Center. This list contains records pertaining to censuses, citizenship cases, emigration lists, per capita/annuity payments, births, deaths, marriages, divorces, and school/pupil enrollment.

These records are not limited to tribes in Oklahoma. The National Archives microfilm collection also holds census records for tribes in other regions, such as the Spokane Agency, Washington, located in the Northwest Region.

Tribes are listed under their present-day federally recognized name. Indian agencies, however, are listed as they were shown on the original records.

*Please note that list was compiled to help researchers locate records. At this time, these materials are only available on microfilm. Due to limited staff, we are unable to search for specific names in these records. Researchers are welcome to visit the Research Center and view these materials free of charge. Some records have been indexed and can be searched by name on the American Indian Archives Card Index.

School Lists

When exploring this list, researchers may find school records listed within multiple agencies. In general, school records kept by a specific agency will pertain to students from that agency. For example, records of the Carlisle Indian School (operated in Carlisle, Pennsylvania) can be found in the records of the Kiowa Agency, Pawnee Agency, Cheyenne and Arapaho Agency, and Sac and Fox and Shawnee Agency. Each of these agencies kept records and letters of enrolled pupils from their tribe who attended the Carlisle Indian School.