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Introduction to the census: The census documents information about the population taken every ten years. How and when did the system start? Where can you find the records? What can you see online? Find out the answers from Audrey in this short podcast. You can also use the research

Introduction to the census: The census documents information about the population taken every ten years. How and when did the system start? Where can you find the records? What can you see online? Find out the answers from Audrey in this short podcast. You can also use the research

FromThe National Archives Podcast Series


Introduction to the census: The census documents information about the population taken every ten years. How and when did the system start? Where can you find the records? What can you see online? Find out the answers from Audrey in this short podcast. You can also use the research

FromThe National Archives Podcast Series

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Length:
16 minutes
Released:
Apr 1, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode

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The census documents information about the population taken every ten years. How and when did the system start? Where can you find the records? What can you see online? Find out the answers from Audrey in this short podcast.
You can also use the research guides on our website to find out about census records and the 1939 Register.
Please note that at the moment The National Archives is closed to visitors until further notice. Advice in the podcast about visiting us and using the facilities in our reading rooms will apply once we re-open.
Released:
Apr 1, 2020
Format:
Podcast Episode