The following is from FamilySearch:
SALT LAKE CITY, UT — Free, searchable census records from Ghana, The Czech Republic, and New Jersey this week at FamilySearch.org. New historic records were also added from Sweden, Netherlands, Russia, and the United states, including almost 2 million indexed land allotment records for five Native American tribes (Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Seminole) in Oklahoma.
Collection – Indexed Records – Digital Images – Comments
Benin Civil Registration of Deaths 1891-2014 – 0 – 21,173 – New browsable image collection.
Czech Republic Censuses and Inhabitant Registers 1800-1990 – 0 – 1,646,966 – Added images to an existing collection
Ghana Census 1984 – 1,027,048 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Netherlands Noord-Holland Civil Registration 1811-1950 – 522,065 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Russia Lutheran Church Book Duplicates 1833-1885 – 78,912 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Sweden Kopparberg Church Records 1604-1900; index 1628-1860 – 0 – 612 – Added images to an existing collection
Sweden Västernorrland Church Records 1501-1940; index 1650-1860 – 0 – 657 – Added images to an existing collection
Sweden Kalmar Church Records 1577-1907; index 1625-1860 – 0 – 838 – Added images to an existing collection
Sweden Halland Church Records 1615-1904; index 1615-1860 – 756,493 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
UNITED STATES DATABASES
Florida Confederate Veterans and Widows Pension Applications 1885-1955 – 497 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Maine World War I Draft Registration Index 1917-1919 – 162,613 – 167,344 – New indexed records and images collection
Missouri Reports of Separation Notices 1941-1946 – 0 – 378,579 – Added images to an existing collection
New Jersey State Census 1865 – 212,731 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
Oklahoma Applications for Allotment, Five Civilized Tribes 1899-1907 – 1,846,931 – 0 – Added indexed records to an existing collection
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