Digital images that you can view on your PC!
If your ancestors lived within the U.S. during the last
200 plus years, census records are the fastest research tool
you can use to locate them. Taken every 10 years since 1790,
federal censuses have become the standard for finding lost
ancestors, nothing else even comes close. And now, with
our DVDs and online download service, you won't even have
to leave the comfort of your home.
Census Images With A Difference
DCS provides the highest quality U.S. Federal digital census records
available! Compare our images and we think you'll agree they are the
best! COMPARISON IMAGE
Why Our Images Are Better
1. National Archive Silver Master Microfilms
We use only National Archive Silver Master Microfilms and scan
10 TIMES the resolution
of our closest competitor.
2. Eye Popping Image Quality!
High resolution scans, combined with our 4-step enhancement process
results in eye popping images! Images that are better than the
microfilm from which they were scanned. A difference you will come
to appreciate when attempting to read poorly filmed census records.
3. We are the low-cost leader!
Our high resolution images and low-price are an unbeatable
combination! Simply put, no one provides higher quality
images at a lower price!
And for those who don't have access to a high speed internet connection,
we provide the same images on DVD. So now everyone can enjoy researching
the U.S. census records and do it in record time.
So what's wrong with your current digital census images?
How To Order
Orders can be placed via our online catalog. Federal census
records from 1790 - 1930 are available for purchase on DVD or
by internet download.
Order Now and take advantage
of our special limited-time introductory price.
(Sale price may end at any time.)
Additional Records Are Coming!
DCS is in the process of acquiring a huge number of census and other
types of records to be offered as a part of our service. Coming
- Harper's Weekly Magazine (1861-1865, the Civil War years)
- Mexican Border Crossings
- U.S. Ward Maps 1850-1930
- State and Federal Census indexes 1790-1930
Please contact us if there are other
microfilmed records you would like to see us make available. When
possible, we will try to accomodate your wishes.