Genealogy Workbook: Resources to Learn More About US Census Records
7/10/2014
Use these websites, books and other resources to learn more about using US census records in your genealogy research.
Websites
Agricultural Censuses, Statistics by Decade
American Family Through Time
• Ancestry.com
• Archives.com
• Census Questions by Decade
• Cyndi’s List: US Census
FamilySearch.org
• Findmypast.com
Guide to Census Non-Population Schedules at Duke University
• HeritageQuest Online
• Historical Census Browser
• MyHeritage.com
• NARA: Census Records
• One-Step Web Pages by Stephen P. Morse: US Census Publications and Resources


Books
The Genealogist’s Census Pocket Reference by Allison Dolan (Family Tree Books)
• Indexes to Manufacturers’ Census of 1820: An Edited Printing of the Original Indexes and Information compiled by the National Archives (Bookmark)
• Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920 by William Thorndale and William Dollarhide (Genealogical Publishing Co.)
• National Archives and Records Administration, 700 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20408, (866) 272-6272
• State Census Records by Ann S. Lainhart (Genealogical Publishing Co.)
• Your Guide to the Federal Census by Kathleen Hinckley (Betterway Books)

From the July/August 2014 Family Tree Magazine
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