Presentation "Deciphering Historical Past Censuses"

Presentation “Deciphering Historical Past Censuses”

Join us this Sunday, July 14th for Susana Privett's presentation "Deciphering Historical Past Censuses". Susana will take a closer look at the past historical records of our nation's censuses. The presentation will be July 14 at 2:00 PM at the Speer Memorial Library located at 801 E. 12th St. in Mission Texas. There is no cost to attend and it is open to the public.

Expect to learn:

  • Importance of collecting the census data
  • Changes made over time in terms used
  • Questions added and Questionnaires changed
  • Reasons for questions asked
  • Collection methods
  • Ethnic and race changes over time
  • Enumerators and training staff
  • Age Search Service 

Here is our program:

  • 2:00 PM - Greet and Meet - Talk About Genealogy
  • 2:15 PM - Presentation "Deciphering Historical Past Censuses" - by Susana Privett
  • ​3:10 PM - Open Registration if Anyone wants to become a member of Las Villas del Norte
  • ​3:20 PM - Networking time to meet each other and talk about research.​

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We hope to see you there and will be glad if you can make it.

You Can't Make it to this Presentation?

Don't worry, join Las Villas del Norte today and you can watch this presentation online two days after it is recorded. You will also get our printed book "Las Villas del Norte, The 1757 Censuses of Laredo, Dolores, Revilla, Mier, Camargo, and Reynosa", the e-version of our  latest Journal, plus a ton of other great resources to help you in your genealogy.

Any questions, concerns, or suggestions please let us know bellow in the comment area of this post. Don't forget to join our mailing list using the box to your right hand side to get a recap of the presentation along with any important resources mentioned by our guest.

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