Historians and genealogists rejoice. On Friday, the 1950 U.S. Census individual-level data will be released to the general public. Sequestered by regulation for 72 years, the personally identifiable and detailed data from the mid-century census will be posted on a brand new web site recreated by the National Archives and Records Administration. The digitized data — from inhabitants schedules […]

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