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Apr 11 2012
Census Data Provides Insight Into Kodiak's Past PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 11 April 2012

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            After the required 72-year wait, the National Archives has released data from the 1940 census. The records were made available online last week and have been so popular that the site often crashes. Census data inspires endless hours of research for history buffs like Anjuli Grantham who works at the Baranov Museum. KMXT's Jennifer Canfield visited the museum to interview Grantham about how she uses the data to fill in the blanks of Kodiak's history.

 
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