Posted by Liv | Filed under Research
Are you wondering how the indexing of the 1940 Census is going? Yes?! Then stop by FamilySearch.org to get their latest status on image availability by state. The entire 1940 census will be indexed by a community of volunteers and made FREE to the public at Family Search for perpetuity! According to their website as of [...]
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Posted by Liv | Filed under Tuesday's Tips
We are just a week away from the release of the 1940 Census and thanks to the National Archives, they have setup a direct link to the 1940 Census records at http://1940census.archives.gov and a brief, yet informative video I’ve posted below, for anyone planning to access these records on April 2, 2012.
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