What we got was an invitation addressed to "resident" with a household identifying number and then we went online and filled out the actual questionnaire. We must be on the "short version" list because it asked only the name, birthdate, relationship to each other, race, and specific background such as Irish, Polish, etc. No citizenship question on our version. It also asked if our abode was paid for, if we anticipated having anyone else in our household on April 1, and any of us would NOT be home that day. (This is to avoid double counting anyone.) There was a reminder on the envelope that participation is required by federal law and the letter indicated that if you don't go online to respond they will mail a paper form and if need be send an enumerator to your door. So, it didn't hurt at all. Please do participate when your invitation arrives.
Dr. Maura Mackowski is an Arizona research historian who enjoys the challenge of looking for Mayflower descendants, hers and anyone else's.
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