United States Census

Year
Census Information
1790
All North Carolina population schedules (Caswell, Granville and Orange County records did not survive)
1800 All North Carolina population schedules
1810 All North Carolina population schedules (Craven, Greene, New Hanover, and Wake County records did not survive)
1820 All North Carolina population and manufactures schedules (Currituck, Franklin, Martin, Montgomery, Randolph and Wake County records did not survive)
1830 All North Carolina population schedules
1840 All North Carolina population schedules
1850 All North Carolina population, agricultural, industry, and mortality schedules
1860 All North Carolina population, agricultural, industry, and mortality and social statistics schedules
1870 All North Carolina Population, agricultural, industry, and mortality schedules
1880 All North Carolina Population, agricultural, manufactures, mortality, and supplemental (defective, dependent, delinquent classes) schedules
1890 Schedules enumerating Union Veterans and widows of Union Veterans of the Civil War, North Carolina
1900 All North Carolina population schedules
1910 All North Carolina population schedules
1920 All North Carolina population schedules
1930 All North Carolina population schedules
1940 and up
Census records do not become public until 72 years after they were recorded.

For a complete list of US Federal Census Microfilm reels in existence see the NARA website.

Miscellaneous Census Information
Year Census Information
1870 Arkansas population schedules (Phillips, Pike, and Poinsett counties)
1910 Kentucky enumeration district population schedules (Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine and Maryland counties)
1910 New York Supervisors District 1 population schedules (Manhattan and Bronx counties)
1910 New York Supervisors District 2 population schedules (Brooklyn, Queens, Richmond, and towns in Nassau and Suffolk counties)

The 1910 rolls are part of a series of microfilm that "reproduces descriptions of geographic subdivisions (enumeration districts) that were used in the decennial US census from 1830 to 1950."