Census Records of Mexico
Mexico attempted to keep a national census in 1868 and 1878, but they were not accepted well by the people. Later, in 1900, the census was more successful and followed every 10 years. The most complete census is 1930, which, until recently, has only been available at Mexico’s National Archives. It is currently being indexed by volunteers from the LDS Church. The project has been a large undertaking, but it is expected to be completed sometime in 2010. Digitized images and a complete index will then be available to the public.