The Census Day

Dollarhide, William
January 2013
Treesearcher;Jan2013, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p23
The article focuses on the census day in the U.S. which was the day when all the statistics of the census were collected. It states that genealogists should record two dates when copying information from the census including the census day and the enumeration date. It further states that by understanding the impact of the census day versus the enumeration date it would be clear that why the person who died before the household enumeration appeared in a census listing.


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