Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about state census records. We talk with Alice Childs, one of our researchers at Family Locket Genealogists, and discuss a state within her area of specialty, New York. New York has some incredible state census records that provide helpful clues for researching ancestors in the 1800s. We also discuss where to find other state census records and how those records can help fill in the gaps between federal census years.
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