By Barry J. Ewell
The U.S. Census for the Genealogist series is provided as a sampling the resources you will find on MyGenShare.com. The series will provide you direction, tips and tricks on how to research the US. Census.
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A listing of the available slideshows in this series is as follows:
- U.S. Census #1: 1790 Census overview
- U.S. Census #2: A closer look at 1790 Census questions
- U.S. Census #3: Clues in 1790 Census Records
- U.S. Census #4: 1790 Census research tips
- U.S. Census #5: Unique features and problems in 1790 Census records Continue reading
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U.S. Census #1: 1790 Census overview, provides a historical background for the 1790 Census.
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U.S. Census #2: A closer look at 1790 Census questions, provides genealogists an overview of the questions that were asked during the census.
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U.S. Census #3: Clues in 1790 Census Records, provides the genealogist insights to research clues that can be discovered from the census.
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U.S. Census #4: 1790 Census research tips, provides the genealogist suggestions for gaining valuable information from census research.
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U.S. Census #5: Unique features and problems in 1790 Census records, provides the genealogist important research insights associated with the census.
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U.S. Census #6: Value of 1790 Census records, highlights what value research in the census will provide the genealogist.