IFLA Local History and Genealogy Section Webinar: A talk on the 1950 United States Census
The IFLA Local History and Genealogy (LHG) Section is pleased to announce a new Webinar about the newly released 1950 United States Census. Claire Kluskens, the Genealogy and Census Subject Matter Expert at the National Archives in Washington, DC, will deliver a talk online on May 4 at 4:00 p.m. CDT about the newly released 1950 United States Census. This talk is sponsored by the IFLA Local History and Genealogy Section.
The webinar is held from 16:00 to 17:00 Central Daylight Time (CDT) on May 4, 2022.
Claire KLUSKENS: A talk on the 1950 United States Census
The United States has conducted a population census every ten years since 1790. With a 72-year restriction on access to the census data, the results of the census are periodically released. In her talk, Ms. Kluskens will provide an overview of what is included in the 1950 census, how the census was conducted, and what you can expect from the special National Archives website devoted exclusively to this census.
Claire Kluskens is the designated Genealogy and Census Subject Matter Expert at the National Archives in Washington, DC. She spearheaded the completion of more than 330 National Archives microfilm publications and now works on digital and description projects for the National Archives Catalog and NARA website. She lectures frequently and has published extensively in genealogical publications. Claire has been a National Archives and Records Administration staff member since 1992 and has done genealogical research since 1976.