1940s Census Project Made Available Online for the First Time

Patkar, Mallika
October 2012
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs;Oct2012, Vol. 31 Issue 7, p52
The article reports on the move by the U.S. National Archives to issue the 1940 census, which was once a confidential document, on April 2, 2012. The move would allow both professional and family historians to reconstruct the American life during the 1940s. It cites Salloum Mokarzel as among the well-known Arab-American immigrants who can be traced in the census.


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