Fire, Water, and the 1890 U.S. Census: Researching Beyond the Ashes and Mold - free webinar by Elizabeth Williams Gomoll, CG now online for limited time
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Most genealogists are aware the 1890 federal census was destroyed by fire in 1921. Learn the story behind this historical and genealogical tragedy and how to research around the loss of that precious record.
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