What is today the town of Fort Kent was, in the 1860 US Census, two separate townships: No.18, Range 6, and No.18, Range 7.
The US Census of Township No. 18, Range 6, covering the eastern part of today's Fort Kent township, covers 9 pages, pp.495-503, in the 1860 US Census. I have broken these down into 4 separate files, listed below.
The US Census of Township No. 18, Range 7, covering the western part of today's township, including the town of Fort Kent itself. It was covered in 18 pages, pp.465-482. I have broken these down into 9 files, listed below.
In addition to the annotations--information that appears in popup boxes for some individuals--you should also check out the page on this website on French names in the 1860 US Census.
You can also check out the Name Index to the 1860 US Census of Township 18, Range 6 and Township 18, Range 7 (covering only that township), as well as the Name Index to the 1860 US Census of the Upper St.John River Valley communities, which covers all 1860 transcriptions on this website.
Township No.18, Range 6:
Township No.18, Range 7:
Also check out my Fort Kent page
Return to the main 1860 US Census of the Upper St.John River Valley page
Last revised 15 Mar 2002
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