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Introducing the 1950 U.S. Federal Census
Did you lose track of your family after resettlement? Do you wonder where they lived in the years following their release from incarceration? Are you curious to find yourself in the most recently released census? Researching census records is critical for every
family historian, but the 1950 census is particularly powerful for Japanese Americans.

The 1950 U.S. Census was publicly released on 1 April 2022, 72 years after it was enumerated. Genealogist Linda Harms Okazaki will show you how to find the 1950 census, help you to understand the nuances of the data, and share strategies for locating your relatives.

This session will be recorded.

Sep 27, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Linda Harms Okazaki
Linda Okazaki is a nationally known researcher and lecturer. A charter member of the Nikkei Genealogical Society and past president of the California Genealogical Society, she is the founder and partner of Linda’s Orchard, LLC, a genealogy research company. She is a columnist for the Nichi Bei Weekly, and a research consultant for Ancestry’s ProGenealogists and Densho.