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Thrifty Thursday: Where do I find Luxembourg’s enumerator’s instructions (and more)?

Researching Luxembourg from the U.S. isn’t always easy. Thanks to FamilySearch, copies of civil registrations, early church records, and some census documents are readily accessible online. Want more than that or the historic background? You better plan on ordering documents from Europe…

or maybe not.

Scattered years of Luxembourg’s “Memorial administratif et legislatif” (the equivalent of the Congressional Record) are actually available on Google Books. You’ll need to be able to read French or German to interpret the documents. Happy searching!

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