Is the 1920 census available?
The 1920 Federal Census is available online.
What happened to the 1920 census?
The results of the 1920 census revealed a major and continuing shift of the population of the United States from rural to urban areas. No apportionment was carried out following the 1920 census; representatives elected from rural districts worked to derail the process, fearful of losing political power to the cities.
Is the 1920 census available on ancestry?
1920 Census | 1920 US Federal Census Records | Ancestry.com.
Where can I find the 1901 census records?
The 1901 Census was taken on the 31 March 1901. This Guide lists the districts covered in the 1901 Census. The records are available to view on Fiche in the reading room. Please note: householders only are listed in the records. The names of the other people resident in the household are…
When did the 1930 census come out in PA?
1930 Released in Spring 2002. This census provides a wealth of information for genealogists, and also poses challenges for the researcher. For Pennsylvania there is no Soundex index of names. For information about what is covered in the census and how to search, see the NARA FAQ
Where can I find a copy of the 1790 census in Pennsylvania?
Copies of this census for Pennsylvania are available at the State Archives for the years 1790 to 1930. Census schedules are restricted for seventy-two years after the census is taken in order to protect the privacy of the individuals surveyed. Note: reference archivists cannot search or copy federal census records.
What is the difference between the 1910 and 1920 census schedules?
The 1910 Soundex (on microfilm) includes all households and has separate listings for persons who were not members of the immediate family or who had a different surname. 1920 The format and information in the 1920 census schedules closely resembles that of the 1910 census.