Navajo County Genealogical Society. Navajo County, Arizona Census, 1910 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 1999.Original data: United States of America, Bureau of the Census. 1910 Federal Census of Arizona. Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1910.
Located in northeastern Arizona, Navajo County was a vast, sparsely settled area at the time of the 1910 federal census. This database is an index to the federal census of the county in that year and was taken from microfilm copies of the original records. It covers all areas of the county except the Navajo Reservation and parts of the Hopi Reservation. It contains information concerning the resident's first and last names, relationship to the head of household, approximate age, birthplace, and occupation. The enumeration districts and page numbers are provided to enable the researcher to obtain more detailed information, as the index is meant as a tool in finding people on the actual census microfilm. It provides information on over 5000 individuals, residing in the towns or places of Aztec, Bidahochi, Carrizo, Holbrook, Lakeside, Pinetop, Showlow, Shumway, Silver Creek, Snowflake, Taylor, Winslow, Woodruff, Precinct #2 and various ranches. A search of this database can provide an eye-opening view of this high desert county during the early 1900's.