Searchable records, data collection challenge federal agencies -
he National Archives and Records Administration will publicly release all
records from the 1940 census on April 2--closing a major record
digitization and management project for the agency.
The records will be available for free at 1940census.archives.gov, but from
a searchability standpoint, citizens will likely have more luck accessing
information elsewhere. According to a National Archives FAQs
census data will only be sorted by enumeration district citizens lived in
at the time of the survey. Ancestry.com and FamilySearch have both
announced plans to index the census data after it opens, however.
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Peter Kurilecz CRM CA
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