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The Forgotten Federal Census of 1885 Can Be Found Online for Free

In 1879 the U.S. government asked the states to take a semi-decennial census in 1885 - in addition to the upcoming 1880 and 1890 censuses - with the promise that they would cover 50% of the costs of the undertaking.

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Missing Birth Record? Here’s What You Can Do To Track It Down

Have you ever had a case of a missing birth record, in a time and place where you know there should be one? It's so frustrating! Recently Michelle shared her…

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The Forgotten Federal Census of 1885 Can Be Found Online for Free

In 1879 the U.S. government asked the states to take a semi-decennial census in 1885 - in addition to the upcoming 1880 and 1890 censuses - with the promise that they would cover 50% of the costs of the undertaking.

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FamilySearch's Browse-Only Collections: The Hidden Records Many Miss

It's an often overlooked fact that a vast amount of FamilySearch's collections can not be found via the search on their site. Millions of free family

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A Little-Known Government Genealogy Service

A little-known program of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides genealogy information that may be difficult or impossible to obtain elsewhere. The records include naturaliz…

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How to Find State Archives Websites for Free Genealogy Research

State archives and historical societies can provide useful and free information for researching your genealogy. Here's a list of state archives websites.

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Cherokee Census Rolls - Eastern & Western. Dawes, Drennen, Baker

Cherokee census rolls for the five civilized tribes. Old Settlers, Reservations, Rejections.

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The "Secret" Details in the 1940 Census You May Be Missing

The 1940 census of the United States is a particularly exciting one for genealogy research for a number of reasons. But there is a critical element of this massive family history resource that often gets overlooked.

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How to View Thousands of Free Records on Ancestry Without a Subscription

Looking for free Ancestry.com records that don't require a paid subscription? They do exist and there's a very easy way to access and search them.

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Finding Your American Indian Tribe Using DNA

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Millions of Immigrants Never Set Foot on Ellis Island - Find Their Records Here

While we can certainly use the existing records from Ellis Island and Castle Garden, two of the better-known immigration points for the United States, these collections only represent part of what is available. These resources leave out many other important historical locations such as Galveston, Texas and Angel Island, California, or even New Orleans.

The 1790 census provides the earliest look at our ancestors in the census records. The 1790 census provides the earliest look at our ancestors in the census records. The 1790 census provides clues to our ancestor's family and neighborhood. Genealogy Websites, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Free Genealogy, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Humor, Family Tree Maker, Family Trees, Federal

A Close Up Look At The 1790 Census | Are You My Cousin?

The 1790 census provides the earliest look at our ancestors in the census records. The 1790 census provides clues to our ancestor's family and neighborhood.