MyHeritage (the sponsor of this newsletter) is offering free access to the complete US Census Collection on MyHeritage from August 31 through September 2 - during Labor Day weekend.
Spanning every decade from 1790-1940, the US Federal Censuses are the nation’s most important set of records. They cover some 650 million names and include all scanned images of the original census documents.
Even better, the full collection of US census records is available on SuperSearch, MyHeritage's online database with over 4 billion historical records. While census records are available on other genealogy web sites, none of the other sites offer SuperSearch. You can learn more about SuperSearch at http://www.myheritage.com/help/topics/supersearch/.
You can also use MyHeritage's Record Matching technology on the US Census records so you will automatically receive notifications of records that match profiles in your family tree. With these historical records you can learn more about your ancestors, and perhaps discover additional family members you never knew about! Record Matching is explained at http://blog.myheritage.com/2012/09/introducing-record-matching/.
The US Census Collection is available at http://goo.gl/XsUwSb.
You can read more about this special offer in the MyHeritage Blog at http://goo.gl/jwpnG4.