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1910 – 1940 Federal Censuses & State Censuses to Fill in the Gaps

1910 – 1940 Federal Censuses & State Censuses to Fill in the Gaps

by Amie Bowser Tennant

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1910 – 1940 Federal Censuses & State Censuses to Fill in the Gaps


The U.S. censuses for the 20th century are overflowing with amazing clues for your genealogy research. Learn what you might be missing if you are not familiar with the questions and the enumerator instructions, especially in regards to your immigrant ancestors. We end this discussion with the often overlooked state censuses and the brick wall busting information they can hold.

 


 
 

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Presenter: Amie Bowser Tennant

Amie Bowser Tennant has been passionate about genealogy and family history for the last 17 years. She was awarded the NGS Home Study Scholarship in 2011 and is currently "on the clock" for national certification. She has been very involved in the genealogical community over the years as she served as Recording Secretary for Miami County Historical and Genealogical Society [Miami, Ohio]; newsletter editor for Miami Meanderings; Lead Content Specialist at RootsBid.com; and a content creator for Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems. Today, Amie is The Genealogy Reporter teaching and reporting in the field of genealogy. Follow her blog at www.TheGenealogyReporter.com.

Amie Bowser Tennant