Climbing Family Trees: The Value Of Census Records by Eileen Bolger

Climbing Family Trees

More great stories, poems, and helpful hints about genealogy and searching for your family's roots from the twin authors of "Climbing Family Trees: Whispers In The Leaves"

Wednesday, November 02, 2005

The Value Of Census Records by Eileen Bolger

“The Value of Census Records”
Eileen Bolger
Director, Archival Operations Denver Colorado

A great location for research is in any census record. State and National libraries offer archives of census record for viewing free of cost. They hold microfilm copies of all extant federal population census schedules for the period 1790-1930 for all states and operate a microfilm genealogy research room. Our research room is run by our volunteers, as it is in most of the National Archives' eleven regional offices. They are a wonderful asset and contribute countless hours to the genealogy community.


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