Get Ready for the 1950 US Census! by Marian Wood – Live Virtual presentation.
GET READY FOR THE 1950 US CENSUS! If your parents, grandparents, siblings, or other family members were counted in the 1950 US Census, you’ll want to be ready to look for them when these records are made public on April 1. Learn about the treasure trove of genealogical information in this mid-century Census and about important quirks and assumptions built into the enumeration process. See, step by step, how to plan ahead so you can try the US National Archive’s basic search and also prepare to browse Enumeration Districts (EDs) to find ancestors prior to full indexing.
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Marian Burk Wood is the author of the best-selling genealogy book, Planning a Future for Your Family’s Past. An experienced speaker and a long-time genealogy blogger (at https://ClimbingMyFamilyTree.blogspot.com), she earned an MBA from Long Island University and a BA from the City University of New York. Based in Southbury, Marian has been researching her family tree for 24 years, with special emphasis on preserving family history for future generations.