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"Federal Census Records 1880 to 1930 in the National Archives"


 
by   Constance Potter 

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Description: The U.S. federal government has taken a census every ten years since 1790. Beginning in 1880, the census asked the personís relationship to the head of the household and in cities, their address. These are just some of the changes found in the later censuses covered in this lecture. The lecture also
 
Recorded at: 23rd Annual International Association of Jewish Genealogy Societies (IAJGS) Conference on Jewish Genealogy
Washington, DC USA
 
Date Recorded: 8/1/2003
 

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