Ancestry Has 1910 Census Images
<br><br><a href=http://www.ancestry.com target=new>http://www.ancestry.com</a><br><br>now has a fairly cheap service (I think I paid $70)
that lets you see scanned U.S. census images online.
It includes, for example, the 1910 census, which
would probably be the first census that would have
picked up a lot of Jewish folks' immigrant
ancestors.<br><br>The main problem is that you have to know pretty much
where your ancestors lived, and, unless you already
have a census map, you will have a hard time finding
the census sheet images of interest on the Ancestry
site. But I think the database is a really cool
database, nonetheless, and much easier to use than
microfilm.<br><br>Also: Ancestry may seem a little mercernary with what
it charges, but it seems to me that, in general, its
charges are very reasonable in comparison with the costs
of collecting and formatting the information it
- I am looking for the surnames ZILBERMAN, KARP and EPSTEIN of
Yarburg, Lithuania and JUDKOWSKY of Serednik, Lithuania.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, jeffreyrstern wrote:
> I have just begun to research my European roots.
> Have learned that my maternal grandfather was from
> Yurburg, Lithuania. The family name was eithrn Arnstein or
> Arshtein. Looking for any possible relatives....