Missing 1790 Census for Iredell County, North Carolina

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Does anyone have an image of pages 390-391 and page 402 of the US 1790 Cenus for Iredell County, North Carolina?   I am doing research on the heads of household in Iredell County and FamilySearch.com does not have these pages of the Census on-line.  They said they would put it on-line when they get around to it.  If you have it on WikiTree somewhere already, I would like to add the Space:Iredell_County, North Carolina, 1790 Census to the image that you have already.  

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in Genealogy Help by G. Moore G2G6 Mach 3 (34.6k points)

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The 1790 US Census was largely destroyed in a fire. Only a very small number of the originals are left.
by Frank Gill G2G Astronaut (2.2m points)
That was the 1890 census. 1790 was the first US census.
My mistake. Your right.
Now worries, it took me a few to realize it wasn't the "destroyed-by-fire census" as well. ;)
Actually parts of the 1790 was destroyed when the Brits attacked Washington DC in the War of 1812. There is no 1790 for VA, DE, GA and a couple others.

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