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 Now you can search the entire U.S. Federal Census collection at Archives.com, including the images of the original documents!

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The Archives.com U.S. Census collection spans 1790 - 1940. It is the most comprehensive and credible family history data available online, and most Americans have a friend or family member from generations past recorded:

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When you find a census record for one of your ancestors, you can see the original image as a member of Archives.com. Here's an example of what a record looks like:

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The 1940 census was just released on April 2nd and is the largest U.S. census collection ever published on the web. Archives.com is the proud development partner of the National Archives & Records Administration in bringing this priceless gem of history online and available to the public.

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