Making the most of the 1940 Census, an interview with Amy Johnson Crow at Archives.com, and a great deal on an upcoming Family Tree University course. Plus: Why you should follow a genealogy company's social media accounts.
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Lisa Louise Cooke
News from the Blogosphere with Genealogy Insider Diane Haddad
Diane gives the scoop on the exciting release of the 1940 US Census. She explains why it took 72 years to become available, how quickly images are being released, the upcoming indexes and much more. Read more at the Genealogy Insider blog
101 Best Websites: Archives.com
Lisa talks with Amy Johnson Crow, Genealogical Content Manager at Archives.com
Family Tree University Crash Course: Online Census Secrets
Family Tree University's Allison Dolan shares a few of her secrets for getting the most out of the US Census from her Online Census Secrets on-demand webinar.
Social Media Minute: Why Follow a Company's Social Media Accounts?
Kerry Scott returns to talk about why it might be a good idea to follow your favorite genealogy company's social media accounts. You can find Family Tree Magazine/Family Tree University on Facebook
The Publisher's Desk with Allison Dolan
Allison returns to take you behind the scenes at Family Tree Magazine
and tells us about tools to help you make the most of the census, including The Genealogist's Census Pocket Reference
, the Ultimate Census Research Collection, and Family Tree University's Finding Ancestors in the US Census
Have fun climbing your family tree!
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