Labor Day—the American Way: Working on Your Family HistoryYour ancestors worked hard to give you this extra day of rest—so spend it in tribute to them, uncovering more of your family history. In commemoration of Labor Day, American Ancestors and NEHGS offer a week to work FREE on your past, with FREE access to some of our most popular American Ancestors databases. In these resources containing census, tax, and voter list information, you might just find your ancestors diligently at work. Register as a FREE Guest User on AmericanAncestors.org and enjoy making new discoveries about your family history—where, unfortunately, the work is never done. Open now through Wednesday, September 9.
Visit http://www.americanancestors.org/laborday to access these records through September 9.
About Census, Tax, and Voter ListsCensus, Tax, and Voter Lists contains a range of resources to provide information about the families who resided in the New England states between the 18th and 20th centuries. Broader collections help to trace families as they moved to other areas of the United States. And a handful of European databases can assist researchers attempting to further document their family’s heritage.