Website Offers Free Access to Census Records

Footnote.com, one of the web’s most popular genealogy websites, is opening all of their U.S. census documents for free to the public for a limited time. Footnote.com’s &#8220Interactive Census Collection&#8221 has the ability to connect people related to ancestors found on the historical documents.

Clicking the “I’m Related” button for a name on the document will identify you as a descendant and also list others that have done the same. To learn how to get started with the Interactive Census, visit: http://go.footnote.com/discover.

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