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Martha Gerdeman: Keep eye to the future when compiling your past

Martha Gerdeman: Keep eye to the future when compiling your past Main Street Nashville Source link Related Content Belly that appears ‘heavily pregnant’ can signal fatty liver Genealogy: The last genealogy column Memory loss could be a sign your cholesterol is too high Books in the Belfry: Spotlight on special collections Drinking orange juice before […]

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1910 Census Records and What They and Other Census Records Can

When a person goes to research their family background, they find they have two ways of doing so. Genealogy is the gathering of names, dates, and places. Collecting the family history is when a person uses the information collected during their genealogical research and builds on it by adding additional information about each person that […]

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Mapping Environmental Justice to Census Tracts

The Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) published a new Climate and Economic Justice Screening Tool on November 22—providing an interactive map identifying disadvantaged Census tracts.   A press release on WHiteHouse.gov announced the new tool as a key tool for the Biden Administration’s Justice40 initiative, which requires spending 40 percent of federal funds in underserved […]

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Census Targets Data Modernization, Cybersecurity Ahead of 2030 Rollout

The Census Bureau is reflecting on lessons learned from the most recent 2020 decennial census with the intention of modernizing and upgrading its operational technology years ahead of the forthcoming 2030 census.  Barbara LoPresti, division chief for the Decennial Information Technology Division, told Nextgov that the agency is garnering feedback from relevant stakeholders to create […]

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Find your family history online – Ireland’s 1926 Census is being digitized

The 1926 Census, set to go online in April 2026, will provide a unique snapshot of Ireland’s population, age, occupation, religion, housing and the Irish language. The National Archives of Ireland project has announced that as part of a €5 million project the Republic of Ireland’s 1926 Census results will be available online, free of […]

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Find your family history online – Ireland’s 1926 Census is been digitized

The 1926 Census, set to go online in April 2026, will provide a unique snapshot of Ireland’s population, age, occupation, religion, housing and the Irish language. The National Archives of Ireland project has announced that as part of a €5 million project the Republic of Ireland’s 1926 Census results will be available online, free of […]

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Over 700,000 1926 Census return forms to be made available online | The Irish Post

INDIVIDUAL RETURNS from the 1926 Irish Census will be published online, searchable and free of charge in April 2026, it has been announced. The 1926 Census was the first census undertaken following the foundation of the state in 1922. A census was taken in June 1921 in England, Scotland and Wales, but not on the […]

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Whatcom Genealogical Society Beginners Classes -Census & FamilySearch – WhatcomTalk

The Whatcom Genealogical Society will be teaching beginning family history classes at its November 14th meetings. We will discuss how to use various census records, and FamilySearch websites in order to discover your family’s roots. No experience in genealogy is necessary. This meeting is free to the public (donations are gladly accepted). Where:Pioneer Pavilion, 2007 […]

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Genealogy: Canadian censuses can hold valuable information

At one time or another, many Americans have to go beyond the U.S. censuses to search for a relative in Canada. At that point, knowing something about the Canadian censuses is important. There were literally dozens of censuses taken in scattered areas of Canada in the 17th and 18th centuries. Canada wasn’t unified at this […]

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Census data shows B.C. is the most secular province in Canada | CBC News

Every 10 years, Statistics Canada asks Canadians whether they belong to a religious organization or group. And every 10 years, more and more people in British Columbia say no. According to the 2021 population census, 34.6 per cent of people in Canada claimed no religious affiliation, while in B.C. that number jumped to 52.4 per cent — the highest it’s […]