Look here for ancestors who lived west of the Rockies.
The 2010 census will use one of the shortest census questionnaires in history.
Don't stress out about finding ancestors in early, head-of-household-only censuses. These tricks will help you transform those tick marks into ancestral families.
What can you learn about your ancestors from the census? Let us count the ways with a guide to getting started in census research, including the soon-to-be-released 1930 records.
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.
Learn how to get around genealogy brick walls caused by two major losses of federal records.
What do you get when you add this collection of census tools to your family tree search? You multiply the generations on your pedigree chart.
What to record in your notes when you search the census.
You can count on the federal census to reveal numerous facts about your forebears. Boost your census smarts with this guide, and make new headway in your research.