Please Note: Access to Individual Census Records
Federal law STRICTLY prohibits access to census records to anyone except Census Bureau employees for 72 years following the census. Since the State Data Center is not a direct branch of the U.S. Census Bureau, we do not have any individual census records.
If you need to access your own census record from any census
taken during the past 72 years, for proof of age or a
similar reason, you need to contact the U.S. Census Bureau's
age search staff at (812) 218-3046. (There is a
nominal charge for this service.)
If you are looking for census records relating to other
people, they are publicly available from the
U.S. National Archives and
Records Administration. The records from the 1930 Census
are the most recent ones available, and they go back to
1790. Your local public library should be able to assist you
in accessing these records. Please note that the indexing of
these records tends to be rather poor and they are organized
by address rather than name.
If you are looking for data for a specific area of the State that is not included here, you should contact the affiliate data center serving that portion of the State to see if they have what you are looking for.