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August 12, 2022
The 1820 United States census was the fourth federal census of the United States. It was the first census to enumerate Free Persons of Color.
August 8, 2022
This week (8 August 2022) FamilySearch added over 3 million new indexed family history records for the United States from Massachusetts, New…
August 1, 2022
This week (1 Aug 2022) FamilySearch added thousands of family history records to free online collections from Peru, England, S. Africa, the …
July 28, 2022
The 1950 U.S. Census Volunteer Project, launched on April 1, 2022, has brought together over 185,000 volunteers to help review the computer-…
July 26, 2022
FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in the week of 25 July 2022 with millions of new indexed family history records from Switzerl…
July 18, 2022
Find more family connections in two new, indexed collections published this week (18 July 2022) on FamilySearch for Belgium (Liège, Church a…
July 11, 2022
Accelerate genealogical discoveries on FamilySearch this week (11 July 2022) with over 8 million new, free, indexed records from Hungary (Ch…
July 5, 2022
FamilySearch expanded its archives this week (4 July 2022) with over 15 million new records from Slovakia (Synagogue Books), France (Hautes-…
June 21, 2022
On FamilySearch this week (21 June, 2022), search over 6 million new records for both Brazil and Germany (Prussia), plus one million more im…
June 17, 2022
Juneteenth is an important historical and joyous holiday that celebrates the abolition of slavery. It begins June 19 and lasts at least that…
June 6, 2022
Greetings to all volunteers who are helping—or wish to help—with the 1950 U.S. census project! May we issue you a challenge? FamilySearch ha…
June 6, 2022
Connect more family into your family tree this week (6 June 2022) on FamilySearch from 4 million new France, Creuse Parish and Civil Registr…
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