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  • 1990 Census Name Files  (1990)  by the United States Census Bureau 1855681990 Census Name Filesby the United States Census Bureau1990 *NOTE:
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  • Author:George Walker Bush (category United States authors)
    Income, Poverty and Health Insurance Coverage in the United States: 2005 United States Census Bureau Price, L., Ratner, D (2005-10-26). Economy pays price
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  • 1990 Census Name Files United States Census Bureau dist.all.last 1856001990 Census Name Files — dist.all.lastUnited States Census Bureau This
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  • by United States Census Bureau 185569Documentation and Methodology for Frequently Occurring Names in the U.S.–1990United States Census Bureau The
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  • (1899) on the United States Industrial Commission, and was a member on valuation of railway property for the United States Census Bureau (1904-05), and
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  • producing 58% of all the different lines of goods recognized by the United States Census Bureau. Among the chief manufactures are: iron and steel products, meat
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  • University. In 1880 Jordan was appointed "Special Agent of the United States Census Bureau" for the investigation of the marine industries of the Pacific
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  • State hospitals and special studies. In 1904 and in 1910 the United States Census Bureau issued a special statistical volume relating to the insane and
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  • The area of the State, according to a late determination made by the Census Bureau, is 48,720 square miles, of which 1060 consist of land-locked bays,
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  • the Nation's longest average commute times according to the United States Census Bureau, and 80 percent of Connecticut commuters drive by themselves
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  • archbishops of the United States, at their annual conference in 1907, resolved to co-operate with the United States Census Bureau in an effort to collect
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  • and tobacco, aggregated $21,491,400. A summary, issued by the United States Census Bureau for the year 1909, shows that the capital employed in manufacturing
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  • The statistics of 1905 were taken under the direction of the United States Census Bureau, but products other than those of the factory system, such, for
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  • figures for manufacturing industries published by certain states and by the United States Census Bureau. In neither case do these figures materially alter the
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  • reports of the Twelfth United States Census, the Special Reports on Manufactures in 1905, by the United States Census Bureau, the annual reports on the
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  • based on the manufactured housing price data collected by the United States Census Bureau. The Secretary shall establish such index no later than 1 year
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  • called the Androscoggin Lakes. The census of 1905 was taken under the direction of the United States census bureau, but the statistics for hand trades
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  • countries is illustrated by the tables set forth in a report by the United States Census Bureau. They show that the number of registered lunatics in 1903 was
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  • W. Walter Francis Willcox, LL.B., Ph.D. Chief Statistician, United States Census Bureau. Professor of Social Science and Statistics, Cornell University
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  • W. Walter Francis Willcox, LL.B., PH.D. Chief Statistician, United States Census Bureau. Professor of Social Science and Statistics, Cornell University
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