This article discusses different search techniques for head of household versus everyname indexes, including examples of well-known individuals located in 1860-1880 census indexes with these techniques.
Individual records from the US Census are a great resource for family history research. Records from 1930 and earlier are available online. But records from more recent censuses are available as well, directly from the Census Bureau. Find out how to take advantage of this little-known opportunity.
An online course designed for genealogists who want to learn more about the information that can be found in the federal population census records (1790 - 1930), and how that information can be used in their genealogical research.