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Library: Social Science Data Resources US Census of population and housing. The US Census of population and housing is conducted every ten years by the US Census Bureau, dating back to 1790. http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/library/ssdata/uscensus.htm
Extractions: Library Home Find... Get help... Learn ... Blackboard U.S. Census of Population and Housing The U.S. Census of Population and Housing is conducted every ten years by the U.S. Census Bureau, dating back to 1790. The census is designed to measure characteristics of the civilian, noninstitutionalized population of the United States. Data and statistics from the census are available in a variety of forms (including some that are not very "user friendly", i.e., they take a certain amount of skill to use them) and in a variety of places. Census data held locally at Trinity are available in print or on DVD's/CD-ROM's. There are also a number of online places where census data can be obtained. The availability and the content of census data and statistics vary depending upon which year the census was conducted. The decennial U.S. Census of Population and Housing is not the only "census" conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. The Census Bureau also conducts an economic census, among many other surveys.
BPL -- Birmingham Historical Census Statistics 1 US Census of population and housing, 1990 Population and Housing Unit Counts United States. Washington US Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1993. http://www.bplonline.org/locations/central/gov/HistoricalCensus.asp
Extractions: YEAR POPULATION PERCENT CHG. U.S. Census of Population and Housing, 1990: Population and Housing Unit Counts: United States. Washington: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1993. [Table 46: Population Rank of Incorporated Places of 100,000 Population or More, 1990; Population, 1790 to 1990; Housing Units: 1940 to 1990] (C 3.223/18: 2000 PHC-1-2) Birmingham Population By Race YEAR TOTAL BLACK % BLACK WHITE % WHITE N/A N/A N/A N/A U.S. Census of Population and Housing, 1990: Population and Housing Unit Counts: United States . Washington: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of the Census, 1993. [Table 46: Population Rank of Incorporated Places of 100,000 Population or More, 1990; Population, 1790 to 1990; Housing Units: 1940 to 1990] (C 3.223/5: 1990 CPH-2-1)
Census Of Population And Housing Information . Measuring America The Decennial Censuses From 1790 to 2000 An overview of the history of the US Census of population and housing. http://www.lib.ohio-state.edu/refweb/govdocs/cenpop.htm
Extractions: Overview Historical Census 1990 Census 2000 Census ... No Frames The Census of Population and Housing, or Decennial Census actually is two Censuses taken concurrently. The Census of Population , taken every ten years since 1790, counts the number of people and some personal, social, and economic characteristics. The Census of Housing , taken since 1940, counts the number of residential dwellings and selected physical and financial characteristics. Uses
Extractions: 1990 U.S. Census of Population and Housing [Click the "Back" button on your web browser to return to the Connecticut Data Server] Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census Data Table Prepared from U.S. Census CDs by the UCCGIA: May 29, 2000 The field descriptors below were extracted from TBL_MTX.ASC downloaded from the Website of the U.S. Census. In using the data server, only a whole data table can be retrieved although each table may consist of more than one data field. The fields listed by the data server refer to the table name although the individual fields of that table will appear in the extracted table. The following syntax is used to identify each table and its associated fields:
Extractions: 1980 U.S. Census of Population and Housing (including sampled data) [Click the "Back" button on your web browser to return to the Connecticut Data Server] Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census Data Table Prepared from U.S. Census CDs by the UCCGIA: May 30, 2000 The field descriptors below were taken the Table elements for STF3, extracted from TABLES.DBF of the U.S. Census. In using the data server, only a whole data table can be retrieved although each table may consist of more than one data field. The fields listed by the data server refer to the table name although the individual fields of that table will appear in the extracted table. The following syntax is used to identify each table and its associated fields:
CSSCR Online Data Archive List Summary Tape File l (STF 1) contains 6, 1990 US Census of population and housing, STF1A, 1990STF1A, US Census Bureau, 1990, http://julius.csscr.washington.edu/ArcUser2List.asp
Extractions: Title Codename Source Year Description 1980 Census and 1978 - 1985 King County Election Data KCELEC David Hodge, Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Washington This data file consists of an SPSS system file by ... 1990 Public Law 94-171 Data US Census Bureau The files contain a count of all persons and all h... 1990 Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS): 1-percent or B Samples US Census Bureau Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) contain record... 1990 Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS): 5-percent or A Samples US Census Bureau Public Use Microdata Samples (PUMS) contain record... 1990 TIGER/Line US Census Bureau TIGER, an automated geographic data base, stands f... 1990 US Census of Population and Housing, STF1A US Census Bureau Description: Summary Tape File l (STF 1) contains... 1990 US Census of Population and Housing, STF1B US Census Bureau Description: Summary Tape File l (STF 1) contains... 1990 US Census of Population and Housing, STF1B US Census Bureau Summary Tape File l (STF 1) contains 1OO-percent d... 1990 US Census of Population and Housing, STF1C
Extractions: University of Toronto. Data Library Service Census year Available from See U.S. Census Bureau Census 2000 supplemental survey IPUMS-USA Census 2000 supplemental survey ICPSR 6150 1/10,000 sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 6497 1/1,000 sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 9951 1% sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 9952 5% sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] IPUMS-USA Cluster sample of households or dwellings ICPSR 6219 3% elderly sample ICPSR 8210 A sample, 1/1,000 sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8101 A sample, 1% sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8211 B sample, 1/1,000 sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8170 B sample, 1% sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8212 C sample, 1/1,000 sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8114 C sample, 1% sample [Documentation at UT/DLS] ICPSR 8646 D sample, 1% sample. [Print documentation in UT/DLS] ICPSR 8664 American Indian supplementary questionnaire ICPSR 8353 Demographics of aging (1940-1980) [Documentation at UT/DLS] IPUMS-USA Cluster sample of households or dwellings ICPSR 7923 1/1,000 modified 15% state samples
EUI - LIB - US Census US Census of population and housing Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics. http://www.iue.it/LIB/EResources/E-data/Descriptions/uscensus.shtml
Extractions: The Profiles of General Demographic Characteristics data are released as individual files for each of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico, as well as for all 50 states combined (Part 61) and for the entire United States (Part 60). The files contain the 100-percent data, which is the information compiled from questions asked of all people and about every housing unit. They provide various demographic, social, economic, and housing characteristics for the U.S., regions, divisions, states, counties, minor civil divisions in selected states, places, metropolitan areas, American Indian and Alaska Native areas, Hawaiian home lands and congressional districts, thus including a total of 71 population and 25 housing data items.
Ohio QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau Frequently requested CensUS statistics for Ohio. from population Estimates, 2000 CensUS of population and HoUSing, 1990 CensUS of population and HoUSing, Small Area Privacy · Policies Contact US CensUS Home http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/39000.html
Extractions: Select a county Adams County Allen County Ashland County Ashtabula County Athens County Auglaize County Belmont County Brown County Butler County Carroll County Champaign County Clark County Clermont County Clinton County Columbiana County Coshocton County Crawford County Cuyahoga County Darke County Defiance County Delaware County Erie County Fairfield County Fayette County Franklin County Fulton County Gallia County Geauga County Greene County Guernsey County Hamilton County Hancock County Hardin County Harrison County Henry County Highland County Hocking County Holmes County Huron County Jackson County Jefferson County Knox County Lake County Lawrence County Licking County Logan County Lorain County Lucas County Madison County Mahoning County Marion County Medina County Meigs County Mercer County Miami County Monroe County Montgomery County Morgan County Morrow County Muskingum County Noble County Ottawa County Paulding County Perry County Pickaway County Pike County Portage County Preble County Putnam County Richland County Ross County Sandusky County Scioto County Seneca County Shelby County Stark County Summit County Trumbull County Tuscarawas County Union County Van Wert County Vinton County Warren County Washington County Wayne County Williams County Wood County Wyandot County Place Search
California QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau Source US CensUS Bureau State and County QuickFacts. Data derived from population Estimates, 2000 CensUS of population and HoUSing, 1990 CensUS of population http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/06000.html
Extractions: Select a county Alameda County Alpine County Amador County Butte County Calaveras County Colusa County Contra Costa County Del Norte County El Dorado County Fresno County Glenn County Humboldt County Imperial County Inyo County Kern County Kings County Lake County Lassen County Los Angeles County Madera County Marin County Mariposa County Mendocino County Merced County Modoc County Mono County Monterey County Napa County Nevada County Orange County Placer County Plumas County Riverside County Sacramento County San Benito County San Bernardino County San Diego County San Francisco County San Joaquin County San Luis Obispo County San Mateo County Santa Barbara County Santa Clara County Santa Cruz County Shasta County Sierra County Siskiyou County Solano County Sonoma County Stanislaus County Sutter County Tehama County Trinity County Tulare County Tuolumne County Ventura County Yolo County Yuba County Place Search
Texas QuickFacts From The US Census Bureau Frequently requested CensUS statistics for Texas. from population Estimates, 2000 CensUS of population and HoUSing, 1990 CensUS of population and HoUSing, Small Area Privacy · Policies Contact US CensUS Home http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/48000.html
Extractions: Select a county Anderson County Andrews County Angelina County Aransas County Archer County Armstrong County Atascosa County Austin County Bailey County Bandera County Bastrop County Baylor County Bee County Bell County Bexar County Blanco County Borden County Bosque County Bowie County Brazoria County Brazos County Brewster County Briscoe County Brooks County Brown County Burleson County Burnet County Caldwell County Calhoun County Callahan County Cameron County Camp County Carson County Cass County Castro County Chambers County Cherokee County Childress County Clay County Cochran County Coke County Coleman County Collin County Collingsworth County Colorado County Comal County Comanche County Concho County Cooke County Coryell County Cottle County Crane County Crockett County Crosby County Culberson County Dallam County Dallas County Dawson County Deaf Smith County Delta County Denton County DeWitt County Dickens County Dimmit County Donley County Duval County Eastland County Ector County Edwards County Ellis County El Paso County Erath County Falls County Fannin County Fayette County Fisher County Floyd County Foard County Fort Bend County Franklin County Freestone County Frio County Gaines County Galveston County Garza County Gillespie County Glasscock County Goliad County Gonzales County Gray County Grayson County Gregg County Grimes County Guadalupe County Hale County Hall County Hamilton County Hansford County Hardeman County Hardin County Harris County Harrison County
Extractions: NOTE: the same subjects may be listed in several reports; sometimes the way the data are presented differs. Try more than one. 1990 Complete Count Data (100%) Population Housing Name and Household relationship # of units in structure Sex # of rooms in unit Race Tenure (owned or rented) Age and year of birth Value of home Marital status Monthly rent Hispanic / Spanish origin Vacancy characteristics Congregate housing (meals included) 1990 Sample Data (17%) Population Housing State or country of birth Year moved into residence Citizenship and year of immigration Number of bedrooms School enrollment / Educational attainment Plumbing facilities Ancestry / Ethnic origin Kitchen facilities Residence 5 years ago Telephone Language spoken at home Vehicles available
GODORT Handouts/Census Of Population And Housing CensUS of population and HoUSing, Block Statistics 100% Data CDROM s weblink (Diana Keith, University of Nebraska-Kearney, 1998); CensUS Bureau US Web http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/godort/census.htm
Extractions: For all other handouts, contact the original author before borrowing. Historical Census 1980 Census 1990 Census 1990 Census: Commonly Asked Questions (S.Engle, Mankato St., 1995) 1990 Census of Population and Housing in American Statistics Index Volumes (Diann Weatherly, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham, 1997) Current Census Data (J. Jorgensen, U.Wyoming, 1996) Data from the Census Bureau [weblink] (Bob Gaines, University of North Carolina - Greensboro, 2000) Decennial Census (Norma Carmack and Myrna Langford, Trinity University, 1998)
Census Guide REFERENCE TOOLS. 200 Years of US CensUS Taking population and HoUSing Questions, 17901990. Entry 1 (Docs. HA 37 .U52 B68 1989. http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/cenguide.html
Extractions: Census Help Interactive Version of This Guide Last updated on June 17, 2003 Two questionnaires were used when the Census was conducted on April 1, l990. A short form with population and housing items was sent to each household in the United States. The long form with additional questions was sent to 17% of all housing units. Copies of the questionnaires appear in 200 Years of U.S. Census Taking [Entry 1] , most 1990 Census publications, and the 1990 Census Users' Guide [Entry 2]. The subjects covered by these questionnaires are listed below. Census Questionnaire Facsimile. See Census Variable Definitions for additional detail. Population Housing Household relationship Number of units in structure Sex Number of rooms in unit Race Tenure (owned or rented) Age Value of home or monthly Marital status Rent paid Hispanic origin Vacancy characteristics Congregate housing Population Housing School enrollment Year structure built Educational attainment Year moved into residence State or foreign country of birth Source of water Citizenship and year of immigration Sewage disposal Language spoken at home Heating fuel Ancestry Plumbing and kitchen facilities Place of residence 5 years ago
Extractions: Where did the data come from? What data are included? What can I do on this site? Where can I find out more? ... Codebook for the dataset The original source of the each decade's data is the decennial census conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. The electronic data collection presented here was compiled by the Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) under a grant from the National Science Foundation. The data selection was carried out under guidelines developed by the American Historical Association and reflect an interest in political and economic analyses. What data are included?
Extractions: dqmcodebase = "/scripts/" Historical Census Browser home page Note: This article is scanned and reprinted from: 200 Years of Census Taking: Population and Housing Questions, 1790-1990. Washington, DC: Bureauof the Census, 1989. A nationwide population census on a regular basis dates from the establishment of the United States. Article I, Section 2, of the United States Constitution required in 1787 that Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the several States which may be included within this Union, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to the whole Number of free Persons, including those bound to Service for a Term of Years, and excluding Indians not taxed, three-fifths of all other Persons. The actual Enumeration shall be made within three Years after the first Meeting of the Congress of the United States, and within every subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as they shall by Law direct. In subsequent decades, the practice of "Service for a Term of Years" died out. "Indians not taxed" were those not living in settled areas and paying taxes; by the 1940's, all American Indians were considered to be taxed. The Civil War of 1861-65 ended slavery (abolished legally through the 13th Amendment in 1865), and the 14th Amendment to the Constitution, ratified in 1868, officially ended Article I's three-fifths rule. Thus, the original census requirements were modified Direct taxation based on the census never became practical