The 1930 US Census is one of the most powerful resources available to anyone who wants to learn more about their ancestors.
During the month of August, we’re giving everyone free access to Footnote.com’s one-of-a-kind, interactive 1930 US Census.
With Footnote’s interactive census, viewing, downloading and printing images from the census are just the beginning. You can also add images and comments, spotlight interesting finds, create pages for your ancestors and tell their stories.
What you can learn about your ancestors in the 1930 Census:
- Where they lived
- Who they lived with
- When and where they were born
- What they did for a living
- And much more…
Note: To get the free access, you have to go through this page, http://go.footnote.com/1930census/ and if you aren’t signed in, you’ll be asked to register or sign in.
Note #2: We’ve had a problem on the site so that you are being asked to subscribe to print or download an image. That wasn’t our intention and we should have it fixed later today.
Update: You should be able to print and download with the free registered account now.