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Navajo Census Records
1884 - 1940

The microfilm list below can be obtained from the Family History Center of the LDS Church concerning information on Navajos who were born, lived, or died between 1885 and 1940. Each microfilm reel contains about 200 to 300 pages, and a generous amount of information on a person or family. Information on Navajos such as: names, census numbers, number of children in a family, dates of births, dates of deaths, head of household, wife's name, sons' names, and daughters' names can be found. The LDS church is the only logical place to start since it contains the largest genealogical resources in the world, and has Family History Centers at their LDS Temples. This information may be useful to those of Navajo heritage who are searching for their ancestors or descendants.

Write or get a print out of this site and go to a Family History Center in your local area to search for your ancestors. Be prepared to meet a young missionary (man or woman) who will ask you if you would like to know more about the LDS (Mormon) Church. Not all microfilm reels concerning Navajos is located at every Family History Center. Family History Centers located near the Navajo Nation contain microfilm reels on Navajos. Only the Salt Lake City Family History Center (in Salt Lake City, Utah) contains all the microfilm reels. Ordering a microfilm reel at your local Family History Center from Salt Lake takes about two weeks to arrive, and you can use it for about that amount of time.

Record Name

Years
Covered

Salt Lake
No.

National Archive No.-Roll No.

Albuquerque School (New Mexico)
Pueblo and Navajo Indians

1904-1907
and
1910-1911

0573847

 
 

Carlisle School (Pennsylvania)
Census of students from various tribes

1911

0573863

 
 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes Districts 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, and Ramah areas.]

1929

0575790

 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes Districts 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, and Ramah areas.]

1930

0575791

 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes Districts 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, and Ramah areas. Also includes supplemental rolls for births (1925-1931), additions, and deaths (1924-1931).]

1931

0575792

 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes Districts 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, and Ramah areas. Also includes supplemental rolls for births and deaths.]

1932

0575793

 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes Districts 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, and Ramah areas. Also includes supplemental rolls for births.]

1933

0575794

 

Eastern Navajo (New Mexico)
[NOTE: Includes District 1-3 and District 4 which is broken into Puertecito, Canoncito, Ramah, and Danoff (formerly Southern Navajo) areas. Also includes births, additions, deaths. 1935 is supplemental rolls only listed alphabetically by district for births and deaths.]

1934

0575795

 
 

Leupp

1915-1929

0576938

 

Leupp
(births and deaths 1925 - 1932 includes)

1930-1932

0576939

 

Leupp

1933-1935

0576940

 
 

Navajo

1885

0579682

 

Navajo

1915

0579683

 

Navajo

1936

0579684

 

Navajo (eastern reservation)

1937

0579685

 

Navajo (Leupp reservation)

1937

0579686

 

Navajo (northern reservation)

1937

0579687

 

Navajo (southern reservation, Arizona)

1937

0579688

 

Navajo (southern reservation, Arizona)

1937

0579689

 

Navajo (southern reservation, New Mexico)

1937

0579690

 

Navajo (western reservation)

1937

0579691

 

Navajo

1938-1939

0579692

M595-282

Navajo Springs

1909-1914

0579692

M595-282

 

Northern Navajo

1930

0579713

 

Northern Navajo

1931

0579714

 

Northern Navajo
(birth and deaths 1928-1932 included)

1932

0579715

 

Northern Navajo
(deaths 1930-1933 included)

1933

0579716

 

Northern Navajo
(births and deaths 1929-1935 included)

1934-1935

0579717

 
 

San Jacinto

1904-1906

0581481

 

San Juan

1916

0581481

 
 

Southern Navajo (A-G)

1929-1930

0581893

 

Southern Navajo

1930 (H-Z)

0581894

 

Southern Navajo

1931 (A-G)

0581895

 

Southern Navajo

1931 (H-Z)

0581896

 

Southern Navajo

1932 (A-B)

0581897

 

Southern Navajo

1932 (C-M)

0581898

 

Southern Navajo

1932 (N-Z)

0581899

 

Southern Navajo (Arizona)

1933 (A-G)

0581900

 

Southern Navajo (Arizona)

1933 (H-Z)

0581901

 

Southern Navajo (New Mexico)

1933

0581902

 

Southern Navajo (Arizona)

1934 (A-G)

0581903

 

Southern Navajo (Arizona)

1934 (H-Z)

0581904

 

Southern Navajo (New Mexico)

1934

0581905

 

Southern Navajo

1934-1935

0581906

 
 

Western Navajo

1915-1929

0583099

 

Western Navajo

1930

0583100

 

Western Navajo

1931

0583101

 

Western Navajo

1932

0583102

 

Western Navajo
(births and deaths 1925-1933 included)

1933

0583103

 

Western Navajo
(births and deaths 1928-1934 included)

1934-1935

0583104

 

 

Census Roll Information

Author : United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs
Publisher : Washington, D.C.: The National Archives, 1965.
National Archives microfilm publications; Microcopy 595.
Format : 692 microfilm reels; 35 mm.
Notes : Microfilm of original records in the National Archives, Washington, D.C.
Alphabetically arranged by agency or other jurisdiction.
For descriptive guide see: U.S. National Archives. Indian Census Rolls, 1885-1940.
With: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Contents : Additional information may be found under: United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs for each group of film contents notes in the Author/Title Catalog and the name of each tribe in the Subject Catalog, as well as under the name of each state involved, with the subject Native Races, in the Locality Catalog.
Includes a few entries for 1941-1944.
Includes some birth and death records.

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