I posted recently about the five-million-name goal for 1940 census indexing on July 2. More than 46,000 indexers and arbitrators responded to the challenge. In less than sixteen hours, they met the five-million-name goal, but they didn't stop there. End result: over seven million names indexed and three million arbitrated, for a total over ten million. May all your … Continue reading the story "Indexers Rock!"
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Thanks to more than 137,000 volunteers, the 1940 census is seventy-five percent indexed, months ahead of schedule! Volunteers have indexed over 105 million names, and twenty-nine states and territories are searchable online.[1. Dennis Brimhall, "CEO Corner: Volunteers and the 1940 Census Effort," FamilySearch Blog (https://familysearch.org/blog/ceo-corner-volunteers-1940-census-effort/ : accessed 1 July 2012).] Now the 1940 Census Community Project has announced a challenge--can indexers achieve a Five Million … Continue reading the story "1940 Census Indexing Update"