Confidential 1940 census data becomes public

Confidential 1940 census data becomes public

San Francisco : CA : USA | Apr 01, 2012 at 9:50 PM PDT
Source: Contra Costa Times
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Monday, a Silicon Valley engineer will open the lid on a treasure for genealogy buffs and local historians: the long-hidden personal records of 132 million Americans counted in the 1940 census. And Nicka Smith will wake up at the crack of dawn, turn on her computer and scour the newly public online records... FULL ARTICLE AT Contra Costa Times
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