Your guide to the federal census for genealogists, researchers, and family historians

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Betterway Books, Mar 25, 2002 - Reference - 275 pages
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An essential how-to reference for those who wish to use Federal Census records to research family histories. Teaches where to locate and how to interpret them.

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User Review  - NewsieQ - LibraryThing

And I thought looking at census was something genealogists did one time and moved on. There's much more to it -- and the author shows genealogists new ways to look at and use information from censuses. Insight on various indexes was worth the price of the book. 03/10/2010 Read full review

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User Review  - patricia_poland - LibraryThing

Whenever I have a question about census research ("What did they ask on the 1920 census about immigration...?") this is the book for me. Well organized with lots of interesting trivia thrown in (see ... Read full review

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