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[[Portal:Tracing Immigrant Origins|◄ Return to Portal:Tracing Immigrant Origins]]<br> [[Tracing Immigrants Origin Record Types|◄ Return to Record Types]]  
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Although census records exist in Continental Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, they generally do not have indexes as do United States census records. The following census indexes are now available on the Internet:<br>  
 
Although census records exist in Continental Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, they generally do not have indexes as do United States census records. The following census indexes are now available on the Internet:<br>  
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*[http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp 1881 England, Wales, Isle of Man, and Channel Islands census] <br>
 
*[http://www.familysearch.org/eng/search/frameset_search.asp?PAGE=census/search_census.asp 1881 England, Wales, Isle of Man, and Channel Islands census] <br>
  
In many countries, censuses usually cover fairly small areas if they exist at all. They can be used to identify or eliminate possible places an emigrant might have lived. The national portals and research outlines describe the availability of censuses and indexes for various countries.  
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In many countries, censuses usually cover fairly small areas if they exist at all. They can be used to identify or eliminate possible places an emigrant might have lived. The national portals and research outlines describe the availability of censuses and indexes for various countries.
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Revision as of 17:45, 5 August 2008

◄ Return to Portal:Tracing Immigrant Origins
◄ Return to Record Types

Although census records exist in Continental Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, Asia, and Latin America, they generally do not have indexes as do United States census records. The following census indexes are now available on the Internet:

In many countries, censuses usually cover fairly small areas if they exist at all. They can be used to identify or eliminate possible places an emigrant might have lived. The national portals and research outlines describe the availability of censuses and indexes for various countries.

Continue to Church Records ►