A Stroke of Genealogy will walk you through the steps of conducting genealogy research and finding census records of family members.
A Stroke of Genealogy: Searching U.S. Census Bureau Records
The release of the 1950 Census records is scheduled for April 1, 2022. Whether you are conducting genealogy research or just interested in finding census records about family members, working with historical records from the U.S. Census Bureau is a multi-step process.
A Stroke of Genealogy will walk you through these steps and introduce you to many important resources for accessing and using these records, including the 1950 Census of Population records.
Part 1 and 2 of A Stroke of Genealogy will share background information on the Census Bureau, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the 1950 Census questionnaire, and more, preparing you to access the records from NARA on or after April 1, 2022.
On April 1, 2022, Part 3 of this course will be released and show in detail how to access records from, locate, and view census schedules, enumeration district maps, and descriptions.
- Module 1 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Starting Your Search | 5:36
- Module 2 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Census Schedules and Records | 9:01
- Module 3 | A Stroke of Genealogy: Accessing Genealogy Research Resources | Coming on April 1, 2022
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