What really happened to the 1890 US census? — North Carolina Collection

Anyone who does genealogy knows the story. The 1890 U.S. Census was destroyed by fire. That is what we have been told for almost a century. The only problem is that that is not exactly what happened. In 1896, fire broke out in Marini’s Hall, a performance venue in Washington, DC. The special schedules of […]

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