Monday, September 02, 2013

Labor Day FREE access to the US Census collection on MyHeritage

The following is from MyHeritage. Sorry to be so late getting this announcement out. You still have today to search for free.

Labor Day weekend is here - a time to celebrate the contributions made by workers from the labor movement. It's also time for families to get together and enjoy the last bit of summer with barbecues, parades and reunions.
In honor of the holiday, we’re providing free access – from August 31 through September 2 – to all US Census records.
Spanning every decade from 1790-1940, the US Federal Censuses are the nation’s most important set of records. They cover some 650 million names and include all scanned images of the original census documents.
An invaluable tool for family history research, census records are a rich source of information documenting almost everyone in a given country during that year. The full collection of US census records is available on SuperSearch, our online database with over 4 billion historical records.
Our Record Matching technology has also been unleashed on the US Census records so you'll automatically receive notifications of records that match profiles in your family tree. With these historical records you can learn more about your past and ancestors, and perhaps discover additional family members you never knew about!
Why not find out more about your family heritage this Labor Day? Search now to start learning about your American family and past. This free offer ends September 2, so hurry and start searching today!
We wish you and your family a wonderful Labor Day weekend. How will you be celebrating?

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