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1790-1940 Censuses Uncovered with Amie Bowser Tennant - Summer Spectacular Series Now Available

  1790-1940 Censuses Uncovered with Amie Bowser Tennant - Summer Spectacular Series Now Available

When doing American research we all use the U.S. Federal Census records. But are you getting everything out of them? Amie Bowser Tenant's 3-part series on the census will ensure that you discover all the details about your American ancestors!

We're working hard to give our webinar subscribers the educational classes they need to maximize their genealogical research!

All three of these new classes are bonus classes in the webinar library. They continue the Summer Spectacular webinar series just for members. The webinar previews are always free for non-members to watch.

New to webinars and online education? Learn more about the online genealogy education classes at Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

Secrets and Clues Hidden in the 1790 - 1840 U.S. Censuses

The U.S. has taken a federal census since 1790 and they have been invaluable to our genealogy research. However, there are secrets hiding in nearly each one. Do you know them all? These hidden findings are brick wall busters for sure! From hidden second pages to the phantom male, this lecture covers little known facts about each of the U.S. censuses from 1790 to 1840.

1790 - 1840 Census Secrets Uncovered



1850-1900 U.S. Federal Census Secrets Revealed

Learn the many hidden treasures found in the U.S. censuses between 1850 and 1900. There were several different types of schedules by this time, including population schedules, slave schedules, and the mortality schedules. Understanding the differences, the rules of enumerators, and a few little known facts will help you interpret the data correctly and hopefully lead you to new clues in your research.

1850-1900 U.S. Federal Census Secrets Revealed



1910-1940 Federal Censuses and State Census Records to Fill the Gaps

The U.S. censuses for the 20th century are overflowing with amazing clues for your genealogy research. Learn what you might be missing if you are not familiar with the questions and the enumerator instructions, especially in regards to your immigrant ancestors. We end this discussion with the often overlooked state censuses and the brick wall busting information they can hold.

1910-1940 Federal Censuses and State Census Records to Fill the Gaps



Other Webinars by Amie Bowser Tennant

These new classes join 3 additional webinars by Amie Bowser Tennant already in the Webinar Library:

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  • All 551 classes in the library (760 hours of quality genealogy education)
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Just got my Legacy 9 Deluxe and I am very excited to be able to get my large family all in one place!
The people at Legacy have been so VERY helpful to me-especially Geoff, Thank you so very much!
(I also am on My Heritage and just added 40 people with one person I posted! How cool is that?!!!

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