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Only In Print: 1940 Census release sets NH researchers abuzz

MILFORD — The recent release of the 1940s United States Census records has opened a whole slew of new doors for amateur and professional genealogists looking for clues to the past. 'This is like the Super Bowl for genealogists,' said Milli Knudson of Milford, who dives into genealogy when she isn't working at the state's Cold Case Unit doing research on unsolved crimes.


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