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How can I read the 1930 census for free?

How can I read the 1930 census for free?

San Francisco, CA –Internet Archive has announced that a publicly accessible digital copy of the complete 1930 United States Census – the largest, most detailed census released to date – is available free of charge at

Can you search a census by address?

This handy feature is only available on Findmypast. Access census address search by selecting ‘Search’ from the site menu and then ‘Census addresses’. Use a street name or location to pinpoint the address you’re looking for.

What was the Fletcher report?

The official title was: Report on an Investigation into the Colour Problem in Liverpool and other ports. The social researcher was Muriel E. Fletcher, who had been trained in the Liverpool School of Social Science at The University of Liverpool in the early 1920s.

Is there a microfilm of the 1930 census?

NARA microfilm publication M1931, Index to Selected City Streets and Enumeration Districts, 1930 Census (7 rolls) reproduces a 57-volume typescript index to selected city streets and enumeration districts of the Fifteenth Census of the United States taken in 1930. These records are part of the Records of Bureau of the Census, Record Group (RG) 29.

How many volumes were in the 1930 census?

One of the Bureau’s tools for the 1930 census was its 57-volume index to selected city streets and enumeration districts. Certain streets are listed as having “no population,” however, so it is likely that the final version was made after the completion and tabulation of the census.

What did the Fletcher report say about mixed unions?

On 16 June 1930 the Daily Telegraph newspaper gave notice to the Fletcher Report being published and its findings were reported as a ‘social menace’. The headlines read, ‘Colour Problem in Britain’, ‘Menace of Mixed Unions’.

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