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Question #1: All the final County browse points have records for multiple counties within them, a very confusing organization of records. Do I have to look through all the counties to find a particular County record I am looking for?
Answer #1: The final County browse points are often repeated over and over within each County of a District for a State. This may be confusing if you are looking in one final County browse point and see records for lots of other Counties in that State. The final browse points are organized as District first, and will include all the Counties for that District. This also means that none of the final County browse points are missing the applicable County information associated with that browse point. Please read the Description associated with this collection for a full explanation of how records are organized within this collection. In addition, each of the States within this collection contains a browse point “A guide for all counties > A research guide” that the user should read.


If you encounter additional problems with this collection, feel free to report them at support@familysearch.org. Please include the following information:

  •  If browsing this collection: please include the full path you followed to where the problem occurred. The browse path is located above the Image viewer window.
    For example: United States, Internal Revenue Assessment Lists, 1862-1874 > Minnesota (M774) > A guide for all counties > A research guide > Image 8 of 9.
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