There's not whole lot of Calif stuff on line. The CADI (Calif. Death
Index) at Ancestry & Rootsweb, There's a significant amount in process at
the moment by numerous volunteers in a couple of counties (census etc.) & a
project to do DC's prior to 1905. The official state CADI started in 1905,
so the pre 1905 project is, depending on the county, working from original
ledger books, & shoe boxes.
The CABI (Calif. Birth Index) was on line at Ancestry, but they pulled it.
There's another source on-line, the one with all the layers of adv.'s, but
it is just to much trouble for me. The CABI was available from the State on
CD's & quite a few of us have copies to do look ups. The CAMI (Calif
Marriage Index) never got digitized as far as I've ever heard, but there is
supposed to be a LDS film of it, & some on-line volunteers do look-ups in
About the best thing you can do for research in CA is to join the NorCal, &
SoCal lists, & there are lists for most if not all individual counties.
From: gladys johnson [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Saturday, March 30, 2002 7:59 PM
Subject: Re: [Sweden] NARA and upcoming 1930 US Census
Have a nice day tomorrow. Could you tell the List from your experience
which Census (State of Ca) is available, or City Registers of L.A. and
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