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Digging Deeper Into Local and Family History with Census Data

November 1 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Register for this one-hour webinar.

The Census is an essential source for discovering and reconstructing local and family history. Rich data about communities, neighborhoods, and families document local demographics, immigration and naturalization information, ancestral family names, relationships, birth years, and birthplaces. Although the U.S. government has conducted a Census every ten years since 1790, the categories of data collected and the details provided in the Census records vary. Learn how categories for race, ethnicity, and other demographics have changed over time and how that impacts research. Discover public library programming and strategies to engage your community in a deeper understanding of local and family history. Census sources important to local history research and family genealogy will be discussed.

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November 1
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11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Public Library Association

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Digging Deeper Into Local and Family History with Census Data