Friday, October 24, 2008
Many of the relationships we spend hours searching for are missing from the typed or digitized census information we use every day. Worse yet, novice researchers may not know the information existed but was omitted by a typist. So why use a transcribed census? The original hand-written copies are stunningly beautiful to look at ¿ but nearly impossible to read! In this report, I explain why that information matters and how to locate it and use it to make your genealogical research so much more meaningful. I explain 33 aspects of the 1860 U.S. Federal Census -- plus I give you lots of free inside info on researching! On sale now!