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by David Dilts
U.S. federal census records are a major source of genealogical information. Few records provide as much detail about a person or family as a census. They also supply researchers with important clues that can lead them to other sources. As a result, they are often one of the first record types consulted. Come and learn techniques and strategies for finding your elusive ancestors.
by Jean L. Cooper
This year of the 23rd census is a good time for genealogists and historians to review the usefulness of the U.S. Federal Census for their fields. This presentation will review the history and features of the federal censuses, and will offer some insights into how the census information can be used in your research.
12th–13th November 2010