|Working area—ED descriptions for state and county|
- If you don't know a name for the area you want a census page for, use the map images to help you find the town, city, ward, or portion of the county (township) and its ED (enumeration district).
- If you have the name for the city, ward, town, or township, use the descriptions to find the ED. The working area shows the descriptions automatically.
- If you have the ED, use the ED list to go immediately to the pages you want.
- Selectfor the county or town.
- Slide the view bars (at the bottom and right side) to show different parts of the map.
- The small black squares are houses.
- Houses in towns are usually not shown.
- State and U.S. Highways are identified.
- Railways and county roads are mapped but not always identified.
- Usually the boundaries of townships are also boundaries of EDs.
- The ED numbers are usually written in large but fainter numbers.
- In the example (right), Cawker township has ED 62-11, and Cawker City has ED 62-10.
Descriptions viewLet's work from the Descriptions view.
- Scroll though the groups of descriptions to a group you want to view.
- Selectto see all the EDs for the group.
- Jot down the ED you want to view.
- Repeat these steps for all EDs you're interested in.
- When you've found all EDs, select(above the descriptions).