1860 Indian Lands Census
In 1860 the land that is now McIntosh County was part of the Creek Nation and part of the Canadian district of the Cherokee Nation. The non-Indian population of the Indian lands west of Arkansas was censused that year. The records are on the end of microfilm M653 roll 52 after Yell Co AR
The following transcriptions are online:
1860 Creek Nation Census non-Indian (pages 1147 - 1169)
1860 Cherokee Nation Census non-Indian (pages 1170 - 1190)
(The Canadian District later became part of eastern
A portion of the Canadian District of the Cherokee Nation became the eastern part of McIntosh County. A transcription of the original census was done by Sharron Standifer Ashton 1978 and is available from the Oklahoma Genealogical Society. I've extracted the surnames from this publication and will do lookups.
In 1900 the area that is now McIntosh County was still part of the
Creek and Cherokee Indian Nations of Indian Territory. The census of these
areas is on microfilm T623 rolls 1843-1846 (Cherokee) and 1853-1854 (Creek)
( partial available online)
The 1910 Census of McIntosh County Oklahoma is on microfilm T624 roll
1910 Census online
Note: The City of Hanna and Hanna Township were a part of Hughes
County until 1914.
That area appears in Hughes County in 1910 and in McIntosh County thereafter.
The towns of Hoffman and Grayson in McDaniel Township were ceded to
Okmulgee County in 1919. So that area appears in the 1910 census
but not in the 1920 census
The 1920 Census of McIntosh County Oklahoma is on microfilm T625 roll
1920 Census online
Personal property tax lists were published in the local newspaper. Although only the name of the taxed individual or company is listed, the list is useful in locating individuals after the 1920 census.
The 1930 Census of McIntosh County Oklahoma is on microfilm T626 roll
Partial available online