Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records
Finding Answers in U.S. Census Records is a comprehensive guide to understanding and using U.S. Census records, in particular those of the federal census. Aimed at the general family history audience, this book is especially useful for the beginning to intermediate researcher. Along with a description of the history and structure of the federal census there is a guide to each decennial census. Three appendixes offer a description of major census data providers, major stare and national archives with census collections, and specially designed census extraction forms. Includes a complete index.
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Researching the Individual Censuses
Census Indexes and Finding Aids
NonPopulation Schedules and Special Censuses
Appendix ICensus Data Providers
African Americans Agriculture Industry Social Ancestry.com Archives and Records Archives Trust Fund Archives-Southeast Region Baltimore Bureau Catalog of National CD-ROM census indexes census records census schedules census was begun Denver E-mail enumeration district family history centers Family History Library FamilySearch Federal Census Federal Population Census finding aids free white males Genealogical Publishing Genealogical Society head of household http://www.nara.gov/regional identify Illinois included individuals Industry Social statistics Jehn Laguna Niguel Map Guide Market Street Philadelphia Microfilm Copies mortality schedules NARA National Archives Microfilm National Archives Trust National Archives-Northeast Region NATIONAL National Native American official census population P.O. Box person place of birth population schedules Pulaski Road Chicago RESEARCH TIPS Salt Lake City Soundex code Soundex index Street surname Thorndale Thorndale and William Trust Fund Board U.S. Census U.S. Census Bureau U.S. Federal Censuses uedee Virginia William Dollarhide William Thorndale