Lindon, UT - March 11, 2010 – In order to encourage more people to find their ancestors and connect with family, Footnote.com, the web’s premier interactive history site, is opening all of their U.S. census documents for free to the public for a limited time.
Unlike any other historical collection on the web, the Interactive Census Collection has the unique ability to connect people related to ancestors found on the historical documents. Simply by clicking the “I’m Related” button for a name on the document will identify you as a descendant and also list others that have done the same. Never before has it been as easy to connect with distant relatives through historical documents. To learn how to get started with the Interactive Census, visit: http://go.footnote.com/discover.
11 March 2010
Bargain Alert: Free Census Records on Footnote.com
The following press release was issued by Justin Schroepfer at Footnote.com. Remember that Footnote is one of the databases that can be used at no charge for SCGS members who visit the Society's Family Research Library.