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U.S. Census Collection
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Census records offer your best chance of finding your ancestors in different points in time. No other resource is so detailed, reliable, and comprehensive. The U.S. Census Collection from Genealogy.com includes all the images available for every state and every decade from 1790-1930. This collection references 550 million names across 140 years all the census data available!
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What does the U.S. Census give you?
U.S. census records are often the best place to start your research after you've exhausted family stories. For locating a person in a particular place at a particular time, and for leading you to other important sources, few records are as valuable as census records. By beginning with the most recent census available, and working backwards, even new family historians can trace their ancestors across generations, either pinpointing dates of immigration or tracking your roots all the way back to Colonial America. Since vital records (birth, marriage and death records) were not kept in many states until the early 1900s, the census is often the best source of reliable information. With online anytime, anywhere access, the U.S. Census Collection saves you time and money.
The amount of information included in Census records has changed over time, but here's a complete list of all the interesting information you might gather depending on the Census year:
State, County, Township
Street and house number (where appropriate)
Relationship to head-of-household
Month/Year of birth and age at last birthday
Marital status and number of years married
For married women, number of children born and number living
Birthplace (state, territory, or country)
Father's and Mother's birthplace
Year of immigration and citizenship status for aliens or naturalized citizens
Occupation of each person 10+ and number of months not employed
Information about school attendance and literacy
Home ownership or farm residence
What are the data sources for this product?
Complete census images for each of the first fifteen U.S. Censuses, from 1790-1930, that reference more than 500 million people. Plus, exclusive access to the complete 1900 U.S. Census fully indexed by head of household.
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"The collection provides images of the original census records written in the enumerators' handwriting. The images are excellent.... The navigation menus were also clear and easy to understand.
All in all, the Genealogy.com U.S. Census Collection is an excellent source of genealogy data. This primary source contains images of original records that are valuable to most American genealogists."
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