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1930 Census responses to be open at Archives
Washington Times ^
| Joyce Howard Price
Posted on 03/31/2002 12:47:03 PM PST by Tumbleweed_Connection
Edited on 07/12/2004 3:52:18 PM PDT by Jim Robinson.
The U.S. Census Bureau tomorrow will release what it calls a "genealogy treasure": the handwritten forms from each American household that participated in the 1930 Census.
The forms have been protected for 72 years as part of the confidentiality requirements of the federal law under which the census is taken.
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"We expect large crowds..."
I'll do my part to help by not being in it. Yawn.
posted on 03/31/2002 12:58:44 PM PST
I guess my 1040's will eventually become a matter of public record too.
posted on 03/31/2002 1:00:46 PM PST
Seesh, why wait 70 years? I'LL release my answers for the 2000 census right now.
3 people live here! Period.
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