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USGenWeb Free Census Project Help, Where to get Census Records for Transcription - National Archives

The Federal Government maintains Regional Archives which have the federal census microfilms. If you have one of the Regional Archives available you can use the census films there. This site lists the locations by state/area.

The National Archives page "What Census information can I get on this web site?" has much useful information for locating records.

National Archives also sells microfilm rolls. Check the website for current ordering information and costs.

Record Reproductions & Microfilm, Order copies of select records.

Research and order Federal records stored as microfilm, Search & Browse NARA's Microfilm Catalog.

Return to Where to get Census Records for Transcription.

 

When transcribing the census, MAKE A BACKUP COPY!

Census Project since 1997

A Gift of the Past for the Future! Started in February, 1997, The USGenWeb Free Census Project is an all-volunteer project to transcribe census records in a standard format in order to make them available to genealogical researchers on the Internet.

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