by Kris W. Rzepczynski, MLS, MA
Given the near-total loss of the 1890 U.S. Census, state census records frequently serve as an effective substitute. This program will explore these underutilized resources, focusing primarily on the available schedules from across the United States from that time period.
The 1840 through 1910 U.S federal censuses included an Agricultural Schedule. It details your ancestor's farm including crops, livestock, timber, mining, and production of commodities such as honey, butter, and eggs. Learn how to find and use these insightful documents.
by Constance Potter
Learn how to prepare for the 1940 census and the new census questions.
Sponsored by National Archives and Records Administration
6th–11th September 2011