132 million people were living in the United States in 1940. Millions of these individuals are still alive and many of them are known as the Greatest Generation. These are people who:
- Survived the Great Depression
- Fought in the Second World War
- Innovated technology (TV, Microwave)
- Sacrificed in the name of freedom
- Practiced thrift and compassion
- Understood hard work and industry
If you would like a little more instruction, head over to Legacy Family Tree and view Thomas MacEntee's webinar on navigation the 1940 Census. At this webinar learn the strategies needed to find the images you want, especially during the first few weeks before the images are indexed. Besides tips and tricks, you'll also learn what information was collected during the 1940 U.S. Census and how it can help your genealogy research. This webinar will be posted for free access until at least March 19th.
So what are you waiting for?