Ten Years Is A Long Time – Census Substitutes for the In-Between Years (BONUS webinar for subscribers)

Amy Johnson Crow, CG
Aug 14, 2015
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Introduction
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Why do we use the census?
3m 16s
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State Censuses
2m 01s
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Local Censuses
3m 55s
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Censuses of Special Groups
5m 57s
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Non-census Records
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City Directories
7m 54s
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Tax Lists
5m 11s
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Voter Lists
2m 01s
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Church Rosters
5m 03s
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Military Rosters
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School Records
2m 23s
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Alumni Registers
1m 30s
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Professional Licenses
2m 08s
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What Now?
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Evaluating a Census Substitute
1m 50s
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Looking for Census Substitutes
4m 07s
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Published Sources
1m 23s
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PERSI
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WorldCat.org
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Linkpendium.com
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Conclusion
1m 25s

About this webinar

The federal census gives us wonderful clues for our research, but the ten years between each census is a long time. This presentation will discuss records that can be used to fill in the gap and add more points to your ancestor's timeline.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Amy Johnson Crow is a Certified Genealogist, author, editor, and lecturer. She is a regular presenter at national and state genealogy conferences. Amy was the series editor for the National Genealogical Society Guides, published by Rutledge Hill P
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