The American census handbook

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Scholarly Resources, 2001 - History - 517 pages
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Though the U.S. federal population census is an essential source for family history research, searching the microfilmed handwritten schedules can be very time consuming and tedious. Census indexes ... Read full review


Alabama 7
Alaska 13
Arizona 13

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kemp, head of the Speical Collections Department of the University of South Florida Library, Tampa