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Historical events in 1890 see what famous scandalous and important events happened in 1890 or search by date or keyword. An overview of the plans for and conduct of the 1890 decennial census and any issues that arose as a result of the enumeration. July 2 1890 the sherman anti trust act became law in the united states july 13 1890 john c frmont american explorer and political figure died in new york city at the age of 77 july 29 1890 artist vincent van gogh died in france at the age of 37 after shooting himself two days earlier. Articles on events in 1890 agatha christie the worlds best selling novelist agatha christie was born on this day she went on to become the best selling writer of all time her novels having sold about 2 billion copies worldwide. Most original schedules were destroyed by fire and flooding before the 1890 census could be microfilmed while a few fragments remain the absence of an 1890 census leaves a 20 year gap in us census records. Fragments of the us census population schedule exist only for the states of alabama district of columbia georgia illinois minnesota new jersey new york north carolina ohio south dakota and texas. Availability of 1890 census a newspaper photograph captured the scene after a devastating fire and pointed out the need for safe storage of national records
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