Writing in the Ancestry.com blog, Nick Cifuentes describes ongoing improvements to the 1940 U.S. Census images and indexes hosted by Ancestry. More details will be added to the indexes later this year, images will be realigned to correct tilt, and more.
The item that caught my eye is a process already in place for users to correct indexing errors. Within a few weeks, the information you’ve provided becomes publicly searchable as well, making it easier for other people to find the correct information.
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