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Online U.S. Census records provide information about family names, birth dates and locations, residency, marriages and occupations. The National Archives does not make Census information available online, but some compan... More »

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Because the U.S. census occurs every 10 years, there is no 1901 census. However, 1900 and 1910 census records are available. Online sources such as Ancestry.com have fully digitized, searchable census records, but they u... More »

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The website of the United States Census Bureau contains extensive archives. All census information after 1940 is available on the site; earlier records are maintained by the National Archives and Records Administration. More »

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Census records that are at least 72 years old can be viewed for free from libraries that have a census subscription. Information from censuses conducted between 1790 and 1940 are available via these subscription services... More »

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