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Ethnicity Reports in Your DNA Do Offer Genealogy Clues

I have already done DNA testing on my mother and her brother. Both tested at Family Tree DNA and I really have been one to ignore the Ethnicity reports. 527 more words


LOCAL NEWS: Cuyahoga County Continues to See Its Population Decline

CLEVELAND – While Cuyahoga County saw the third highest population loss in the country, experts say to look beyond the census numbers and focus on the composition of the population rather than the total. 136 more words


Citizenship: What the Census Tells Us

Please find below the link to the Policy Options article I did with respect to citizenship and the related deck that I will present later this week at the Metropolis Conference in Calgary (hence will not be blogging for the rest of the week). 32 more words


Regular Elections, Regular Census

The US Constitution requires a census every 10 years. The census is mandatory because it affects the numbers of seats each state occupies in the U.S. 273 more words

Civic Education

“The 1850 Census” by Marie Craig

DATA: The first United States census was taken in 1790 and then every ten years after that.  The first six census records only listed the head of the household by name and the other family members by age category.  555 more words

Perspectives on how government can boost migrant’s English Language skills.

by Professor Jenny Phillimore, Director of Institute for Research into Superdiversity (IRiS)

Boosting English language is one of the policy proposals outlined in DHCLG’s Integrated Communities Strategy Green Paper.  1,114 more words


Rewriting the Biography: James SIMS in the U.S. Federal Census

Rewriting the Biography is an ongoing theme for the rough draft notes of a new/updated biography of my 5th great-grandfather James SIMS (1754-1845) of Nicholas County. 2,398 more words