Wednesday, June 15, 2016

Ticked Off! Those Pesky Pre-1850 Census Tic Marks - free webinar by Peggy Lauritzen, AG now online for limited time

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The recording of today's webinar, "Ticked Off! Those Pesky Pre-1850 Census Tic Marks" by Peggy Clemens Lauritzen, AG, is now available to view for free for a limited time at www.FamilyTreeWebinars.com. 
Webinar Description
It’s exciting when we are able to find our ancestors on every census they appeared on, until we reach 1840 and before. Those pesky tic marks seem to get in our way as we work to extend our pedigrees. Just what do they mean, and how can they help me? Are they throwing us into a dead end, or can they tell us more?
View the Recording at FamilyTreeWebinars.com
If you could not make it to the live event or just want to watch it again, the 1 hour 42 minute recording of "Ticked Off! Those Pesky Pre-1850 Census Tic Marks" PLUS the after-webinar party is now available to view in our webinar library for free for a limited time. Or watch it at your convenience with an annual or monthly webinar membership.
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US Federal Non-PopulationLegacy QuickGuide: U.S. Federal Non-population Census Records - 2.95
The U.S. government took special censuses, commonly referred to as “non-population” schedules, to count unique segments of the population or create snapshots of communities. Although lesser known and under used, these schedules are full of genealogically significant information, and should be utilized for the years and places where available. Not all special census records survived, and many aren’t yet available online—researching them can be challenging, but they are worth the effort.
 
The U.S. Federal Non-population Census Records Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information including the different types of non-population schedules, access points for these records, and strategies for using each group of records. Also included are links to websites and resources covering agricultural schedules, mortality schedules, manufacturing schedules, “DDD” schedules and more. This handy 8-page PDF guide can be used on your computer or mobile device for anytime access.
 
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