April 8, 1935 is a day genealogists should celebrate

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Minnesota websites for genealogical and historical research: Part 2

I am challenging myself to discover these and other links. The historical societies, libraries, and archives I mention in this series also have fantastic in-house resources for researchers. St. Cloud Times  [Stearns County and area]  www.griver.org/sctimes-index Obituaries index 01/02/1928 through 12/31/2013 News index 01/03/1928 through 12/31/2008 Pennington County Cemetery and obituary index [no date parameters […]

Minnesota 1940 census is 19% indexed

That is amazing news. In less than a month since the 1940 census was made public, volunteers have indexed 19% of the 1940 U.S. census for Minnesota. I love indexing my home state. I recognize many names or can easily figure out what the enumerator wrote in most cases. I love seeing the multi-generation families […]