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    Help index the 1940 census so it'll be searchable by name. Do a batch (one page) in a half hour (or less) and you're done...unless you want to pitch in and do some more -- I've done a bunch already. Genealogists now and forever will love you for it! www.familysearch....

    • Karen Tobich

      Frank Tobich in the 1940 Census First Name: Frank Last Name: Tobich Age at Time of Census: 59 Gender: Male Race: White Ethnicity: American E...

    • Lauri Fredrickson

      Get registered to help index the 1940 Census that will be released April 2. Free online training is provided to help you learn to index. Be part of this historic project!

    • Shelly Garriott-Jordan

      The 1940 Census is soon to be released and we need your help indexing! You can even request a specific state to index! This is an amazing way to give back! Visit:

    • Susan Gabriel Walker

      The 1940 Census will be released on April 2, and this time it will be free and contain lots of wonderful information. I cannot wait to find out more about both sides of my family! This was indeed "The Greatest Generation".

    • Dan Marshall

      Pretty Cool, look anyone up that was alive in the US in 1940 1940 Census - Get Started with Indexing – 1940 Census

    • Amy Kenyon

      Participated in Community Project for indexing the 1940 Census as both an indexer and an arbitrator. Primary focus areas were Michigan and Missouri.

    • Beth Boivin

      Help with this national service project to index the 1940 census that was just released!

    • Leslie Johnson

      Join the 1940 Census Indexing project - starts April 2, 2012

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