The following announcement was written by FamilySearch:
FamilySearch’s microfilm conversion initiative is beginning to sail. Over 12 million digital images from thousands of microfilm, representing 8 countries, were published online for free viewing this month. FamilySearch’s online image viewer makes it easy for online patrons to view the newest digital images from Argentina, Costa Rica, France, Luxembourg, Mexico, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, and Spain.
This week the complete U.S. 1910 Federal Census name indexes for Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Oklahoma, and Missouri were also published online at FamilySearch’s Record Search pilot (FamilySearch.org, click Search Records, and then click Record Search pilot) and coming soon to Beta.FamilySearch.org.
See the chart below for the complete list of all the newly added or improved collections.
FamilySearch plans on digitizing and publishing online the bulk of its 2.4 million rolls of microfilm—representing 132 countries. In addition, it is now capturing millions of new images each year digitally “at birth” from its 185 field camera teams worldwide. It all translates to a steady stream of new digital image collections for genealogy enthusiasts to anticipate and enjoy.
Collection Digital Images Indexed Records Comments Argentina, Buenos Aires, Province, Catholic Church Records, 1642–1931 1824476 New Images Costa Rica, Church Records, 1595–1992 605658 New Images France, Coutances, Catholic Diocese, 1802–1907 87000 Indexed Records Only Luxembourg Civil Registration, 1793–1923 114000 New Images Mexico, Aguascalientes, Civil Registration, 1860–1950 438725 New Images México, Distrito Federal, Catholic Church Records, 1886–1933, Part 1 1572682 New Images Mexico, Hidalgo, Catholic Church Records,1546-1963 1605822 New Images Mexico, Tamaulipas, Church Records 1703-1964, Part 2 172951 New Images Netherlands, Noord-Holland Province Civil Registration 1811-1940 599639 New Images Netherlands, Noord-Holland, Amsterdam Civil Registration 1811-1940 576189 New Images Netherlands, Overijssel Civil Registration 1811-1952 - 496541 New Images Netherlands, Utrecht Province Civil Registration 1811-1950 347867 New Images Netherlands, Zeeland Civil Registration 1796-1940 - 497188 New Images Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Leiden Civil Registration 1812-1882 83129 New Images Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, Rotterdam Civil Registration 1811-1942 273199 New Images Netherlands, Zuid-Holland, 's-Gravenhage Civil Registration 1811-1882 84124 New Images Puerto Rico Civil Registration, 1836–2001 3255102 New Images Spain, Alicante, 1762–1921, Part 1 34666 New Images Spain, Barcelona Civil Registration, 1886–1936 265084 New Images Spain, Cordoba, Civil Registration, 1841–1870 63198 New Images Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo de la Diputacion de Sevilla, 1841–1882 76939 New Images Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Carmona, 1841–1871 15512 New Images Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Marchena, 1841–1870 7237 New Images Spain, Sevilla, Civil Registration, Archivo Municipal de Sevilla, 1841–1882 272132 New Images Spain, Valencia, Census, Archivo Municipal de Torrent, 1875–1912 2462 New Images Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census 59312 New Images Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Corbera, 1825–1920 2007 New Images Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Gandia, 1611–1935 22401 New Images Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archivo Municipal de Sueca, 1797–1921 62809 New Images Spain, Valencia, Municipal Census, Archvio Municipal de Carcagente, 1847–1920 15609 New Images U.S. 1910 Federal Census, Idaho 405504 Indexed Records Only U.S. 1910 Federal Census, Montana 482328 Indexed Records Only U.S. 1910 Federal Census, Nebraska 1218668 Indexed Records Only U.S. 1910 Federal Census, North Carolina 2176988 Indexed Records Only U.S. 1910 Federal Census, Oklahoma 1919280 Indexed Records Only U.S. 1910 Census, Missouri 3543000 Indexed Records Only
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