Labor Day is more than just a holiday, it’s a tribute to the spirit of the North American workforce. Instituted to honor and recognize the American labor movement, it celebrates the countless contributions of laborers to the development and achievements of their country. These are the very people who built cities, shaped industries, and laid the foundation for countless family stories.
There’s no better time to explore the lives and professions of your ancestors through census records on MyHeritage. This Labor Day, MyHeritage invites you to connect with your family’s past and unearth your family’s stories with FREE access to our extensive U.S. and Canada Census records from September 2nd to 5th, 2023.
U.S. Census records offer an enlightening glimpse into the day-to-day challenges and triumphs of your relatives in the United States. With 60 collections, totaling over 860 million records, you can trace family progressions, migrations, occupations, and so much more.
If your roots stretch to Canada, we have treasures for you too. Dive into our Canada Census records to uncover narratives from the north. With 13 collections and close to 40 million records, every page can hold a new revelation about your lineage.
While our Census records are an invaluable resource, the exploration doesn’t stop there. MyHeritage’s database of historical records consists of over 19.4 billion historical records.
Take advantage of the free access to these expansive census records from September 2nd to 5th, and step into the shoes of your ancestors.
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