Will the 1950 Census of Puerto Rico get reviewed?
I’ve heard that Puerto Rico will not be reviewed by volunteers verifying the computer-generated transcriptions of the 1950 census. Is that true? If so, why? I’ve looked at pages available through Ancestry and found many problems with names (especially when accents are used), genders, and even occupations. It’s all because of how the computer program read the words not because it was written wrong. I feel sure that volunteers could really help clean up the program and I hope that person was wrong when they said Puerto Rico won’t be part of the project. I’m willing to help and I know others would too. Thank you.