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There are two options for viewing the census:
 
There are two options for viewing the census:
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* '''Heritage Quest Online census images'''
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''''''1. '''Heritage Quest Online census images'''
    
A. Open Heritage Quest Online [http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/browse Browse the Census] images on the Internet.<br> B. Select the census year 1930.<br> C. Select the state.<br> D. Select the county.<br> E. Select the location (town, township, or part of the county). After you select the location a census image will appear. You can find the ED number in the upper-right corner of the census page. Move through the census pages until you find the appropriate ED.<br> G. In the appropriate EDs, browse name-by-name and page-by-page hunting for the ancestor. In cities also look for the street address.<br> F. When you find the ancestor, make a print of the image, and write the microfilm number on the print.
 
A. Open Heritage Quest Online [http://persi.heritagequestonline.com/hqoweb/library/do/census/browse Browse the Census] images on the Internet.<br> B. Select the census year 1930.<br> C. Select the state.<br> D. Select the county.<br> E. Select the location (town, township, or part of the county). After you select the location a census image will appear. You can find the ED number in the upper-right corner of the census page. Move through the census pages until you find the appropriate ED.<br> G. In the appropriate EDs, browse name-by-name and page-by-page hunting for the ancestor. In cities also look for the street address.<br> F. When you find the ancestor, make a print of the image, and write the microfilm number on the print.
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* '''Microfilm census images'''
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2. '''Microfilm census images<span style="display: none;" id="1198952582846E">&nbsp;</span>'''
    
A. Obtain the 1930 census microfilm from the Family History Library, a Family History Center, or the National Archives.<br> B. On the microfilm find the county and the ED (upper-right corner of the census page). The printouts from Step 2 will show where to locate the ED on the microfilm.<br> C. In the appropriate EDs, browse name-by-name and page-by-page hunting for the ancestor. In cities also look for the street address.<br> D. When you find the ancestor, make a photocopy, and write the microfilm number on the copy.<br><br>
 
A. Obtain the 1930 census microfilm from the Family History Library, a Family History Center, or the National Archives.<br> B. On the microfilm find the county and the ED (upper-right corner of the census page). The printouts from Step 2 will show where to locate the ED on the microfilm.<br> C. In the appropriate EDs, browse name-by-name and page-by-page hunting for the ancestor. In cities also look for the street address.<br> D. When you find the ancestor, make a photocopy, and write the microfilm number on the copy.<br><br>
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